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Henry, a Carlisle Company, is providing a building envelope system designed to maximize the home’s energy efficiency, which is particularly important given that the Austin area is experiencing more extreme temperatures in summer and winter than ever before.  The system includes Henry’s Blueskin VP100, a self-adhered, vapor-permeable, weather-resistive barrier (WRB) that will protect the home by eliminating air gaps and preventing water and moisture intrusion, as well as Blueskin ZeroFlash, which is impermeable to water, air and moisture intrusion.  Henry will also provide SealTite™ Pro HFO, a low-impact closed-cell spray foam insulation, which uses an HFO blowing agent to create an ultra-low Global Warming Potential (GWP).

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Trane Technologies is providing a high performance HVAC system, including Trane’s XV20i Variable Speed Heat Pump, which will be connected to the ComfortLink II thermostat to automatically change, configure and calibrate for optimal comfort and performance.


James Hardie is providing durable fiber cement siding, trim and soffits designed to combine beauty with performance.  Hardie fiber cement products will not burn and are engineered to protect against damage from fire, water, extreme weather, pests, and time.

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Andersen and its partner Builder First Source are providing high-end, energy efficient windows and doors.  Made with wood fiber from the company’s manufacturing process and twice as strong as vinyl, Andersen’s proprietary Fibrex material made with reclaimed wood fiber enhances product performance and sustainability.

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AHF, the parent company for brands like Armstrong and Crossville Tile, is providing flooring, tile, and countertops.  The home will feature Armstrong’s beautiful and durable engineered wood flooring made in the U.S.A., as well as Crossville Tile’s sophisticated ceramic tile, porcelain tile, and countertops, blending timeless elegance and enduring strength.


Fabral is providing a thin, lightweight, and reflective metal roof that is won’t store heat, as well as a radiant barrier that will be installed under the roof to prevent heat from getting into the house. The roof will be built with Fabral Thin Seam, an engineered, snap-together panel that combines classic design and high performance.


TimberTech, a division of The Azek Company, is providing beautiful and durable decking for the home’s outdoor living spaces.  The decking has the color and texture of real wood but is made with 60% post-industrial and post-construction scrap.  TimberTech’s products have lower carbon emissions than wood due to the combination of sustainable manufacturing practices and high recycled content.

GE is providing energy and water conserving smart appliances.
Savant is providing a smart home system, demand side energy management technology, and battery storage.