Quality Products You’ll Find in Your New Bentsen Palm Home
When you are looking at buying a new home in Mission, TX, enjoying the warm weather of South Texas is a must. And where there is warm weather, there must be building materials that stand up to our glorious heat.
With quality in mind, here are four materials we are proud to use in our homes.
Climate Resistant Siding
Our climate resistant siding products combine beautiful design with high performance. The exterior treatments of our Bentsen Palm homes offer both curb appeal and durability. Our siding includes the following features:
- Class A fire-rating
- Provide unyielding strength against wood-boring insects and deterioration
- Resists the damaging effects of UV rays
- Protected by a primer/sealer
- Engineered to guard against high heat
We chose vinyl windows to other types of window materials because of its energy efficiency. It’s made from a plastic material called polyvinyl chloride (PVC). PVC provides a significant amount of insulation which we need in Mission, TX. Here are a few reasons we like vinyl windows:
Energy Efficient. Vinyl windows keep the heat in during winter and out during summer. This reduces heating and air conditioning usage for lower energy bills.
Vinyl windows are nearly 100 percent scratch free. They never have to be painted, scraped, or stained and they’re easily cleaned with soap and water. Because they’re resistant to the elements, they don’t age as fast as other windows.
Variety. Vinyl windows have many colors, sizes, style options, and can also be custom made.
Energy Star Appliances
The EPA’s ENERGY STAR Program was created to help identify the best ways to save energy. The little blue label says that these products in this home were built to save valuable energy.
And, when you consider that every appliance comes with two price tags – the purchase price and the cost of operating the product – it only makes sense that ENERGY STAR certified appliances help you save money on operating costs by reducing energy use without sacrificing performance.
Blown-in insulation refers to blowing or spraying insulation product into wall cavities and attics, and bring improved performance to your HVAC system.
In its loose-fill form, insulation is installed using a blowing machine. This makes sure that all the nooks and crannies in the spaces of your walls and attic are treated with energy saving insulation against the elements. Loose-fill insulation combats common insulation enemies like mildew, fungus, and moisture. Our choice of insulation is made of the highest quality materials and keeps your home cool, clean and efficient.