Superior Walls Green Info For New Home Building

Dated: 05/31/2014

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Looking to be more environmentally friendly when as you building your a new home?

Check out Superior Walls located in New Holland, Pa. 
The walls  are Energy Friendly because they provide and excellent thermal envelope, minimizing the potential for energy loss.  They also save on the use of Natural Resources because Superior Walls reduce the amount of materials used to build your new home, including wood and concrete there by reducing your carbon footprint.
Improved Indoor Air Quality:
The walls are engineered with a lower water to cement ration which ensures durability and helps prevent the transfer of moisture though the wall.  A dry basement will limit the possibility of mold and other airborne fungus that can be found in traditional basement.
Reduced  on site environmental impact:
The walls are prefabricated at an indoor facility so there isn't any risk of soil contamination by sprays or form oils that are used in traditional basement construction.
These walls have the least environmental site impact of any foundation system currently is use.
For more info on these wonderful foundation walls go to:

Paul Snyder III

I am a specialist in the management and sale of bank owned AND investment properties throughout SE and Central Pennsylvania. Our team of (14) real estate agents and (3) support staff are here to e....

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