GHA uses Radiant Board technology to lower energy costs.
GHA Companies use of Radiant Board technology in their new La Quinta,
California communities, was driven by consumer and homeowner request. “We
have built homes for over 30 years in Palm Springs, Palm Desert, Rancho
Mirage and La Quinta, and we listen to our homeowners’ needs and desires”,
stated Randolph Winters, sales agent with Eight@Rhodell, one of two GHA
company new home communities in the La Quinta, California. “Here in the
desert there is a definite need to build homes that are more energy
efficient and provide lower utility bills for our homeowners. Through the
use of radiant board technology we can accomplish that.”
A radiant board is basically a sheet of plywood with a specially
manufactured aluminum surface on the bottom side that works as a sheathing
solution that reflects the sun’s rays and keeps the attic cooler.
By using these special roofing boards, GHA companies can build a home that has the ability to block up to 97% of the suns radiant heat. This serves to reduce attic temperatures by as much as 30°F. This of course translates into cooler temperatures in the home, and helps reduce your utility cost. It also keeps your ductwork cooler and extends the life of air-conditioning systems. One more value to radiant boards is increased home value as home shoppers in the desert areas are beginning to look more and more for technology to lower their utility bills and make them more comfortable in their new homes.
“Radiant boards are just one feature we use to make our homes more comfortable and energy efficient,” Winters adds. To learn more about the technologies used by GHA to build new homes in the desert, visit www.ghanewhomes.com, or call Randolph Winters at 760 834-1313.
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