In Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, we average more than 200 days of sunshine annually and an average summer temperature of 86 degrees with heat indexes well over 100 degrees. To keep your home running efficiently year round, we’ve implemented several green building practices in addition to the standard practices of selecting energy efficient air conditioning units and increased insulation. One of which is installing radiant barrier roof sheathing on all custom homes.
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Happy St. Patricks Day! It feels like the perfect time to discuss one of our company’s core principles: BEING GREEN. As a Myrtle Beach custom home builder, we believe in building and construction practices that go beyond the industry standards to design homes that are both sustainable and energy efficient. Lowering our overall impact on the environment is a team effort so we’d like to share 5 ways you can reduce your effect on the earth starting in your own home whether you’re buying or building!
With striking curb-appeal, this custom Myrtle Beach home was designed for Eco-friendly living. Homebuyers today are prioritizing Eco-friendly living in their home purchases and we agree. The implementation of sustainable building practices to our Grand Strand real estate not only positively affects our coastal environment but increases the value of the homes for sale while providing a cost effective advantage.
Building and Designing Green Homes In honor of St. Patrick's Day and all of the leprechauns out and about sporting green gear today, we couldn't resist the opportunity to talk about one of our favorite subjects: BEING GREEN! Building and designing green homes is one of our core principles (after all, it's what the G in our name stands for!) and our entire team is dedicated to finding innovative ways to support our conservation efforts in every project. Recently, our home design and technology team held a workshop: Designing for Today's Technology at the 2016 Horry-Georgetown Home Builders Spring Home Show. Typically when we think technology in a home it is generally assumed we are talking automation and electronics,…
Tankless hot water heaters are becoming increasingly popular across the country and have proven beneficial in the Myrtle Beach area. Their ability to reduce a homeowner’s utility costs, while lessening their impact on the environment has led to an increasing demand for this superior type of hot water technology. In the US, Rinnai is the number one brand for tankless water heaters. Let's take a look at the benefits of a Rinnai hot water heater.
CRG Companies was founded on building practices that implement the latest in eco-friendly products and designs, so typically when you say green we think of green technology and construction methods that focus on energy efficient products and recycling. However, one of our newest specialty services brings a whole new kind of green to the table, or should we say roof? Green roofs that is! Also known as living roofs, green roofs, provide multiple benefits to the home and the environment including:
This CRG designed model home will be be built on a gorgeous lot with a view in the North Myrtle Beach gated subdivision of Oak Pointe in Barefoot Resort. The 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom home with an additional bonus room features energy efficient construction, Hardie Board and brick exterior, 2x6 construction, and upgraded interior finishes. The home will also be wired for home automation and security.