August 3, 2016
When it comes to building science and high performance homes, continuous improvement is a constant.
Here at Addison Homes, we’re committed to staying up-to-date on the latest technology and newest trends to ensure we build ever-better homes. This happens via continuing education, industry training and – our favorite – peer-to-peer exchange of ideas via roundtable and panel discussions.
Last week, for example, we enjoyed an informative dialogue amongst colleagues from across the country when Owens Corning invited Addison Homes President Todd Usher to participate in the “Building Genius Summit” in Granville, Ohio.
Todd was amongst a dozen Housing Innovation Award winners asked to share their experiences building high performance homes. These industry leaders discussed the materials that make it possible to continue pushing the proverbial envelope to build homes that are comfortable, energy efficient, sustainable … and affordable, too.
Building simply “to code” – the minimum standard – isn’t good enough for Addison Homes OR our clients. Indeed, we incorporate the most industry-forward products, processes and procedures into every project. That’s why we appreciate the 50 years of R&D built into the Owens Corning materials we use to wrap, insulate and air seal our healthy, high performance homes.
This is the building science that allows Addison to build the home of the future – a better home – today.
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