In the first post of our Building Beyond the Code series, we defined what it means to build a home "to code". We also explained our mission to build homes that go "Beyond the Code" and create a living experience for our homeowners that provides many distinct advantages over traditional construction.
One of these advantages comes in the form of comfort. Comfort is not something you see when you tour a home or look at pictures on the internet... comfort is something that is felt by the family living in a home day in and day out, month after month, year over year. I'm sure you have experienced in your current or previous home that the temperature and climate can vary greatly from room to room or in different areas of your home. For example, a small bedroom might be a different temperature than a larger living room, the lower level may be harder to keep warm in the winter, basements might feel more damp than the main floor or drafts may be present when you are in a certain spot on your couch.