Green Built North Texas

Green Built, North Texas, Central Texas, Green Building, Green Builders, Energy-Efficient Homes, Green HousesPlease Note:This website explains green building for a climate zone comparable to North Texas or Central Texas, such as the climate of Waco or Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas. It is important to hire a green builder who is an expert in energy-efficient building in your climate zone.

Green Building in North Texas

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This website is for the climate zone that includes North Central Texas or the DFW area such as Plano, Keller, or Dallas-Fort Worth Texas. Regardless of your climate zone, the first priority for green building or energy-efficient remodeling is to hire an energy consultant and a green builder who understand and use up-to-date green building practices for your area.

To greatly oversimplify, a home that is built green in North Texas deals more with cooling than heating and is basically concerned with three attributes of energy-efficiency:

Proper Radiant Heat From Sun:

The most common form of radiant heat transfer is the transfer of heat from the sun to the earth. This is what keeps us warm. However, you don’t too much of a good thing in the spring, summer, or fall in North Texas. Think of it this way: When a cloud blocks the sun’s rays, a person will feel instantly cooler because they are no longer receiving the sun’s direct infrared radiant heat rays. The passing cloud did not cool the surrounding air. The loss of warmth is due to the cloud blocking the transmission of heat rays from the sun. So proper radiant heat from the sun includes everything from having proper orientation for the home to having the correct overhangs on the home.

Tight homes:

Keeping a home tight involves keeping as few air changes per hour as possible in a home.

Controlling Humidity:

Controlling humidity in a southern home means starting with sizing the air-conditioning–it particularly means not oversizing the HVAC system.

Again, this is over simplification but it does describe the first and most important steps in a green-built house for the North Texas area.

Since the first premise of green building is that the building will be energy efficient, the above attributes are not only important when you are building a new home green, they are also important when you are remodeling a home to be green.

Green built in North Texas.

Do you need an energy consult or energy audit or green builder/remodeler in North Central Texas or the Dallas-Fort Worth area? Contact Terry Jensen Frugal Energy, LLC 817 443-2553 or 972 251-1532

This website is for the climate zone that includes North Texas and Central Texas. Regardless of your climate zone, the first priority for green building or energy-efficient remodeling is to hire a green builder or architect who understands and uses up-to-date green building practices for your area.

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