Homeowners Phil and Erica own 200 acres outside of Nashville, Tennessee near Ashland City. The land was inherited by Erica and her siblings from her mother, who had protected it from future sub-division with the Land Trust for Tennessee. Erica wanted to build a sustainable energy efficient home that would honor her mother's legacy and last generations into the future.
Changes to the Residential Energy Code in Davidson County Tennessee
Davidson County recently adopted the 2018 residential building codes, without amendments. What does this mean for new construction projects in and around Nashville? Below is a summary of the major changes and important components that will require special attention.
What changed regarding building envelope and mechanical systems?
Better Building Codes Means Healthier Homes for Nashvillians!
We are excited to share breaking news! Just a few weeks ago, a very important bill made its way through Metro Council. Mayor Cooper signed an ordinance that updates the county's residential building code from 2012 standards to 2018 standards, a big move for sustainability, energy efficiency, and healthier homes!
Get ready! The 2017 Home Performance Coalition’s (HPC’s) National Home Performance Conference and Trade Show is coming to the Omni Hotel in Nashville March 19-22! We’re more excited than a kid in a candy store!