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Serving the North Kitsap communities of Kingston, Poulsbo,
Bainbridge Island, Indianola and Port Ludlow since 1997
Because we are a certified green home builder, you can choose between tradition construction or green construction. Many homeowners are increasingly discovering there are many advantages to building green aside from being good for the environment, minimizing pollution and waste, and reducing the overall environmental impact.
"High performance" is a term you usually see associated with cars, typically those with fuel-efficient gas mileage, reliable performance, no-fuss maintenance, and a high resale value. A Sentinel High Performance Home can offer many similar benefits—and for the same cost that it would take to build a traditional, non-green-built home.
This means you can start saving money on heating and energy costs the very first year. Plus, a high performance home gives you other advantages that increase the resale value of your home.
Using advanced framing techniques, you save up to 20% on lumber resources, allowing extra room for weather insulation between walls. This not only conserves wood resources, it lowers your initial construction cost, reduces your energy costs, solves mildew-in-wall problems, and adds years to your home.
SUPERIOR AIR QUALITY
With advancements in ventilation and building materials, we can prevent problems occurring with air quality in homes that are built “air-tight.” We don’t place the heating system in the garage where it is subject to fluctuating temperatures, exhaust and other toxic fumes. The mastic-sealed tight duct installation also ensures the heated air is delivered to every room without the traditional leaks, saving you from paying for costly waste.
THE "RIGHT SIZE" HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING
We carefully evaluate the proper size of heating and cooling systems that will keep your home comfortable under any extreme. This is known as the peak load. Sentinel High Performance Homes have a lower peak load, and thus are able to utilize smaller heating and cooling systems to meet that peak load and still keep the house comfortable. This improves the overall energy efficiency of the house. And it will provide a higher level of comfort over a traditional over-sized system during non-peak heating and cooling seasons by being better able to dehumidify without over cooling.
Doing what’s right for the environment around your home doesn’t mean you have to spend an extra bundle. We’re taking green-built homes a step further; we can help you protect Mother Nature and save money at the same time.
"Our thanks to Dave Godbolt, who performed personal inspection of all work to the smallest detail as it was being done, reviewed each day’s progress with us, and maintained continual communication in regard to project status each step of the way. We are totally appreciative of their efforts, and the excellent results of all work done."