Energy-efficient building design involves constructing or upgrading buildings that can get the most work out of the energy that is supplied to them by taking steps to reduce energy loss. Insulation, windows, and doors are examples of changes that can reduce energy loss. Energy-efficient homes and businesses, whether they are renovated to be more efficient or built with energy efficiency in mind, have a significant number of benefits. Energy-efficient homes and businesses are less expensive to operate, more comfortable to live and work in, and more environmentally friendly.
McPhillips Architecture is dedicated to helping you leave a smaller footprint to help preserve your money and our earth.
Several utility companies have rebate opportunities, whether you are a business or a residential client. McPhillips Architecture has diligently worked to help clients maximize these rebates.
There are federal and state grants that are available for businesses that undertake energy efficiency projects, whether new or retrofit. Qualified projects usually include LED lighting, insulation, HVAC, solar, etc. Call today to see if your business qualifies.