Your Midhaven home makes it simple to live a fresh new lifestyle.
At Midhaven, our commitment to quality craftsmanship extends beyond creating homes that are beautiful to look at. We’re also committed to providing a comfortable, healthy environment for you and your family.
That’s why all of our homes at Midhaven will be GreenHouseTM and ENERGY STAR® labeled, saving you up to 30% on your energy bills, helping you to reduce your water consumption by up to 25%, and providing a fresher, healthier indoor atmosphere to help your family breathe easier.*
We don’t just build a new home, we build a new kind of home. At Midhaven, we believe in doing things that are right for the environment, and right for you and your family.
Comfort has its benefits.
A comfortable home is warm in the winter, and cool in the summer and virtually free from drafts and cold spots. The materials and techniques used in the building of your new Midhaven home will significantly increase your comfort levels and provide even temperatures throughout the season.
You cannot see comfort, but you can see all the details that go into creating it. Midhaven homes are built from the ground up to be the most efficient homes possible. From Low E argon windows and sealed duct work to the high performance and efficient heating systems and properly installed insulation your home will have a feeling of coziness and comfort unlike any other you have been in. Discover high performance Midhaven ENERGY STAR® homes and be more at home.
Insulate yourself from discomfort.
Better Heating and Cooling
Keep your heating and cooling systems tuned up. These systems require periodic maintenance to ensure optimal performance. Make sure filters are changed regularly as suggested by the manufacturer.
Most unwanted solar heat gain comes through the east and west windows, so plant deciduous trees on those two sides of the house. Shading your home with landscaping and window treatments can reduce indoor temperatures by as much as 20F.
Clean south-facing windows and pull back curtains, drapes and blinds to allow maximum sunlight into the house during cold weather.