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In Hillsdale, New Jersey, on charming Cross Street, the Garden State is approaching completion of its most ecologically sound, most advanced environmentally friendly home.
The home is being built in response to Governor Corzine’s energy plan which calls for 30% of New Jersey's homes to use renewable, efficient resources by the year 2020. Under this plan, 16,822 homes have already been built to Energy Star specifications. Exceeding that high standard, the Hillsdale, New Jersey home has taken a step towards raising the bar in green building.
The secret to the home’s astonishing sustainability? Soy-based spray foam insulation.
Provided by SealRite Spray Foam, the advanced spray foam insulation installation will serve to improve the home’s efficiency by providing a complete air seal in the roof and walls to reduce heat loss and lower energy bills by up to 50%. According to Anzhelika Ronis, Sales and Marketing Administrator of SealRite, this sustainable home insulation works by capitalizing on solar energy to keep the home’s heating and cooling systems operating at minimum levels.
“SealRite is proud to have had the opportunity to help New Jersey take this ecologically profound step in green building,” Ronis reports.
“Green building is not a trend that has passed or part of the distant future, but a current responsibility which homeowners and builders should embrace for both its cost-effectiveness and positive influence on the environment. The Hillsdale project has paved the way for more environmentally friendly building, and the project speaks volumes about the impact of energy efficiency to the pocket of the American homeowner and to the nation as a whole.”
Established in 1956 and headquartered in East Windsor, NJ, SealRite Spray Foam is part of an organization which includes Coastal, Elmsford, and Shepherd's Insulation Corp. According to Ronis, the spray foam insulation contractors at SealRite are deeply committed to promoting the long term environmental safety and viability of the earth.
“The architects, engineers, developers, contractors and manufacturers within the building industry have a responsibility to ensure the environmental safety and viability of this planet's future,” Ronis says.
“From the moment the pencil moves to sketch the plans, we are faced with the task of not to simply think outside the box, but to build a better box itself; not just to think efficiently, but to act efficiently and to always remember what our home, our planet has given us, and to not take that in vain, but to return the favor with vigor. It's time to act on them and challenge ourselves and our industry to step up to the plate and swing for the fences”
About the Author: For more information about SealRite Spray Foam, please visit http://www.coastalinsulationcorp.com or call (800) 535-0028.
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