Gallery: PHOTOS: Blu Homes Opens East Coast’s First Prefab Breezehouse ...

The factory assembly makes for a super-tight, precision built house, and when I visited the house, I could tell how well made it was by how warm and toasty the home was (even with all that glass) on a 15 degree Fahrenheit day.

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  1. Greenbee 2 January 30, 2015 at 7:04 pm
    I love your designs and your sustainable approach to building. I would like to know how I could work representing and selling your homes in my area. I have been a Real Estate Broker for many years here. Ultra contemporary design, which I always loved is finally appearing in this area. I see that your North Eastern home is LEED certified. I have Green Designation, and know that this is going to be the new wave in yo building I too had a thought, as commented in this blog, about how unsustainable it is to transport across the country. Is there a production plant on the East Coast?
  2. Marielle Rutherford August 5, 2013 at 6:09 am
    This is a home designed for CA. Pre-fab in due respect but I don't see what's ecological or "green" about shipping it across our large country to a climate radically different. It looks good in the snow but I realize the reality of those heating bills. Support your local businesses and remember we are the economy...