Vacant Lot Stickney Point! Walking distance to Siesta!
Vacant Lot- 18,000+ sqft
No Impact Fees
Water & Sewer
Walk to Siesta
West of the trail
Metal Roofing reflects much of the sunlight keeping the heat from entering your home. Reflecting heat keeps the roof, attic and interior cooler.
In most climates, concrete tiles make for a durable, sustainable roof that can outlast the structure it covers.
Energy Star Rated Fiberglass Shingle
When choosing fiberglass, be sure to look for Energy Star Rated bands to reflect solar energy. This helps to decrease the heat transferred throughout the home.
Low emissivity glass controls the amount of heat being allowed in and out of a home or environment. It allows short-wave energy (light) through, while reflecting long-wave energy (heat).
Vinyl is a poor conductor of heat and cold (unlike aluminum) and this translates into excellent energy efficiency. Vinyl windows keep the heat in during winter and out during the summer.
Air Conditioning & Heating
Central air conditioning units are rated for efficiency using the “seasonal energy efficiency ratios” or SEER. A 16 SEER unit uses around half the energy of an 8 SEER, which means fewer dollars spent on energy bills.
Variable Air Speed Handlers
Variable speed motors cost less to operate because they usually run in low speeds, unlike single speed systems which run in “high” 100% of the time.
Spray Polyurethane Foam or SPF
Closed-cell foam has 90% of its cells or bubbles closed and not broken. This makes the foam rigid and helps double or even triple it’s strength to the building. The foam gives it a greater resistance to air leakage, water and heat which helps to reduce mold. The “R” factor or insulation value of closed-cell is R-7/1.
Tankless Water Heater
With a tankless water heater, a homeowner can significantly cut their operating costs and energy use for hot water while benefiting from a continuous and endless supply of hot water. It also saves space and has safety and health benefits, while incorporating smart technology.