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Our building practices for energy efficiency meet or exceed all government building codes and the latest government sponsored energy programs!We have partnered with our local utility providers and consulted with some of the nation’s best building experts to develop what we feel is the absolute best value for your dollar. A new ClearWater home will use significantly less energy to heat and cool than a home built just a few years ago, and you’ll be more comfortable too! Building green in today’s home building industry is all about incorporating environmental considerations and resource efficiency in key steps of the building and land development process, minimizing the overall environmental impact. There are many benefits for home owners who want to go green in their new home or remodeling project, including improved health, durability, and efficiency of the home, as well as reduced heating, cooling and utility costs. At ClearWater Homes, we’re proud to be part of the green building movement and we’re committed to implementing leading-edge green building practices into the homes we build for our customers who share a concern for our environment.
Marmalade Redevelopment Project ClearWater Homes has contracted with the Marmalade Library’s principal architecture firm, Blalock and Partners, to design the multi-story, mixed-use residential and retail development to be built adjacent to the library along 300 West. Parcel 2 of the […]
Representing a fresh approach to urban living, Birkhill is a collection of handsome townhouses that include space for commercial or in-home businesses. The community is park of Market Station, a development of residences, shops, businesses, and pocket parks. A TRAX […]
Stansbury Park is located a short 20 minute, traffic free drive from downtown Salt Lake City. This family oriented community features green trails that wind through the development and lead to a bordering 28-acre park. With a lake for paddle […]