Building a Greener Future

Building a Greener Future

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Another Successful Step 5/Net Zero Ready Build

At Built Prefab, we are committed to creating energy-efficient homes that contribute to a greener future. We are excited to announce another successful Step 5/Net Zero ready project in the Okanagan Valley.

To meet the energy efficiency standards set by the BC Energy Step Code, our process is simple:

  1. Design your home with Built Prefab.
  2. Engage a third-party energy advisor who specifies construction requirements, including insulation values, window and door performance, and air tightness.
  3. Built Prefab constructs your home.
  4. The third-party energy advisor conducts a review, including an air tightness test.

Our homeowners have experienced outstanding results. The Built Prefab Sunsetter, for example, achieved impressive air tightness with just 0.6 air changes per hour, far surpassing traditional homes.

By choosing a Net Zero ready home, homeowners are eligible for rebates and incentives, which can range from $10,000 to $15,000 based on location and power supplier. Additionally, adding solar panels can help achieve net-zero energy consumption, reducing reliance on the grid.

Build a Sustainable Future with Built Prefab

Design, Price, and Purchase Your Dream Home Online!

With our innovative Build and Price tool, designing your home is effortless. Customize your home, receive an instant quote, and collaborate remotely with our 3D design services.

Experience sustainable living through our modular construction and advanced techniques. Minimize on-site trades while prioritizing convenience and safety.

Join us in building a greener future!

If you would like to learn more about options or to discuss your project, get in touch with us at info@builtprefab.com or head back to our site at https://builtprefab.com where you can learn more about us, our product, and our process.

Built Prefab is a licensed general contractor that designs and manufactures premium prefab modular homes in Kelowna, British Columbia and ships them across Western Canada.