Here are some high-impact items for in and around your household.
Smart-home technology is no longer reserved for early adopters and tech gurus. Today, new companies and technologies are emerging to relieve homeowners’ headaches, as well as make understanding and operating a smart home as easy as pie.
Thank you to the judges of the Brevard County Parade of Homes for selecting LifeStyle Homes as a Platinum Award winner.
If you’re looking for something productive to do this weekend, or want more info on sustainable living practices, check out these events.
The Homebuilders and Contractors Association of Brevard’s (HBCA) Spring Parade of Homes kicks off this Saturday. LifeStyle Homes is once again entering our model home in Viera’s Seville at Addison Village neighborhood.
On Thursday, March 9th, from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m., LifeStyle Homes will be hosting a realtor luncheon at our Pineda Springs model home. All real estate professionals on the Space Coast are invited to attend.
An amendment to help spur more solar installations in the Sunshine State will be on your 2016 Florida Primary Election Ballot. LifeStyle Homes encourages you to vote YES!
The DOE Housing Innovation Awards recognize nation’s top builders on the path to Zero Energy Ready Homes.
With the completion of Kim and Dale Klaus’s solar home, we’re pleased to report that LifeStyle has now built 75 solar homes!
This chart provides a month-long visual representation of a solar system’s energy production. On certain days, the solar system produced more energy than its owners used (represented by points with negative kilowatt hours.)
It’s because of their love of the great outdoors and a motivation to protect the environment that the Hammonds chose to build a LifeStyle solar-power home. Read on.
With building strategies determined, the home site selected, the plans engineered, and building permit in hand, we are finally ready to break ground on this remarkable home!
Just recently, the National Solar Jobs Census released its 2014 numbers on employment figures and projected growth on a national level—and the results are highly encouraging.
This all-electric vehicle represents the most efficient, technologically advanced vehicle on the road today. If you’re wondering why LifeStyle invested in an electric vehicle, allow us to explain.
Seven years ago, LifeStyle Homes built a home for Pam Collver’s parents in Titusville's Sisson Meadows. Pam and her husband, Charlie, were “impressed with the quality of construction and attention paid to even the smallest details.” So, when it came time to build their own home, the couple says “LifeStyle was their first choice.”
Builder opens a self-sustaining “electric-bill-free” model home in Cross Creek Lake Estates
Dr. Vijay Katukuri and his wife, Dr. Mahathy Katukuri, are passionate about environmental conservation. So we were thrilled when this couple chose to build a LifeStyle Homes’ solar-powered zero-energy home.
While we’re proud of the design and craftsmanship of each of our homes, LifeStyle’s newest zero-energy model home at the Estates at Harmony stands out as a favorite among the LifeStyle team.
Floridians want solar-system owners to continue to receive credit for the energy their solar systems add to the grid, without the threat of utility companies imposing unnecessary fees.
In April 2014, LifeStyle Homes was featured on the cover of SpaceCoast Business magazine. The article focused on the legacy behind LifeStyle Homes, as well as the builder's energy-efficiency building practices and solar-powered homes.
If you’re thinking of building a solar-powered home with LifeStyle Homes, now is the time to make your move! For the next two months, LifeStyle Homes is offering an additional 15% off our new, lower solar-system prices.
You know our dream at LifeStyle Homes. We are on a quest to offer affordable homes that generate sufficient electricity from rooftop photovoltaic panels to power the home at no cost (figured over a year's time) plus pay for recharging two electric automobiles sitting in the garage overnight.
LifeStyle Homes is pleased to let you know that the Florida Solar Energy Center has been awarded a major grant by the U.S. Department of Energy to work on making it easier for Floridians to add solar energy to their existing homes.