Solar Village Homes
Acting as the homes' architect, Solar Village will work with a General Contractor of your choice to Design & Build
a home that is a true solar home that performs at the levels the Solar Village Homes brand demands. These homes are designed to be cost effectively built onsite in a way that meets our standards for aestetics, passive solar principles, comfort and practical efficiency. Solar Village Homes and the contractor will handle everything turn-key, so you don't have to worry.
A Turn-Key Solar Village Home is:
- A true passive solar high performance home.
- Homes can be built using SIP panels, spray insulations, rigid foam exteriors, straw bale, ICF's, and other high performance insulation systems.
- We also believe in building systems that speed up the build times and improve quality, like panelization, pre-built trusses, and SIP panels.
- Every detail has been thought out so you can live in a healthy, low maintenance home with as low as Zero energy bills without any worries (see possible home features on left bar).
- Ready to take advantage of the 30% federal tax credits being offered for solar systems for even more savings.
- Available with wide range of Eco products and finishes (as available in your Region)
- A unique product for private landowners, or developers and builders looking for a one of a kind home for their project.
- We also offer a passive solar greenhouse option that allows you to grow year round even in the coldest climates without any energy costs!
- Click here to see some of our customers' Turn-Key Solar Village Homes
Contact Solar Village Homes to learn more about our design process, greenhouses, and turnkey services
All Solar Village homes are designed and engineered for maximum energy efficiency and livability. In order to achieve the best performance certain design features ( such as high performance insulation) are critical and will be a must have in our homes. In addition site orientation is critical
and the south facing wall must face within + or - 20 degrees of due south to allow the home to be a true passive solar home