The simplest path to a net-zero home

Rigel

5-bedroom family home

Rigel is the ideal forever home for today’s growing family. The home features five bedrooms that can be easily converted to fit your family’s ever-changing needs. There are plenty of “bonus” spaces for both work & play; an upstairs recreation room, easy access to the covered outdoor patio through double doors, and a large garage that can become a gym, workshop, or playroom. All of these spaces are located within the Extreme SIP building envelope, which means you will  benefit from the highest possible indoor air quality and decreased energy bills for years to come.

E_1 - Photo
E_3 - Photo
E_2 - Photo
E_5 - Photo
E_4 - Photo
D5_Image 1_20230113_200107
D5_Image 4_20230113_195214
D5_Image 5_20230113_194854
D5_Image 3_20230113_195506
D5_Image_20230113_200412
D5_Image 2_20230113_195806

Plan Details

2,300 square feet

5-bedrooms

Garage space inside energy-shell

Kitchen island/ bar

Wrap-around porch to south and west

Double-door access to the south garden.

2nd-floor rec-room

  • Affordable net-zero or net-positive design
  • SIPs shell: 6.5” walls & 12.25” roof
  • Extreme R-Values: Walls R-24 | Roof R-50
  • SIPs roof creates vaulted ceilings
  • Vinyltek triple-pane windows (U-14 to U-16)
  • Post & beam construction allows easy future remodels
  • 4” Slab-on-grade floor for thermal mass
  • 4” R-20 under-slab insulation
  • NuDura insulated concrete forms (ICF) foundation
  • Optimized south-facing glazing & optimized daylighting
  • Built Green certified
  • Heat pump heating & heat pump hot water
  • Heat recovery ventilator recovers a minimum of 80% of energy from outgoing air
  • Designed to include rooftop solar panels, EV chargers, ATX  low voltage lighting, and more sustainable features (sold separately)

Featured Build

HIGHLIGHTS:

2-Story | Insulated Concrete Forms | New Construction | Photovoltaics | SIPs Construction | Triple-Pane Windows | U.S. Department of Energy Zero-Energy Certified | Zero-Energy

Ready to get started on your project?