Las Ventanas Homes is where experience, quality and pride can be seen in every detail of every home we build. With three generations of homebuilding experience we know how to deliver high–end finishes, modern day amenities and exceptional value. We start with great communication and innovative design and finish with a comfortable, earth-friendly home that is built to last.
At Las Ventanas Homes, we believe that a new home is a reflection of who you are and how you choose to live. We take pride in building high quality and environmentally friendly homes with distinctive finishes. Our innovative home designs and careful planning result in a home that you will be proud of for years to come. Whether you are building your first home or downsizing from an older home, we offer the experience and attention to detail that make your dream home become a reality.
At Las Ventanas Homes building a home isn’t just about a house. It’s about value, quality and detail… It’s about you and the way you want to live.
New Mexico Green Build Certified Home
Green building means incorporating environmental considerations and resource efficiency into every step of the home building and land development process to minimize environmental impact. A Green home is a home that has been built with sustainability in mind throughout construction. These high performance homes are built to a high standard of performance, efficiency, sustainability and indoor air quality. That means a home that will cost less to heat and cool, require less maintenance and be healthier to live in. It’s a practical response to a variety of issues that affect all of us – like increasing energy prices, waning water resources, and changing weather patterns. It means making intentional decisions about:
- Energy efficiency improvements such as solar electricity from Affordable Solar, high levels of insulation, efficient HVAC systems, high-performance windows and energy-efficient appliances and lighting
- Water conservation measures such as water-efficient appliances and fixtures, filtration systems, and drought resistant or low-maintenance landscaping
- Resource conservation using materials and techniques such as engineered wood and wood alternatives, recycled building materials, sustainably harvested lumber, and more durable products
- Indoor environmental quality considerations such as effective HVAC equipment, formaldehyde-free finishes, low-allergen materials, and products with minimum off-gassing or low volatile organic compounds (VOCs)
- Site design planning such as minimizing disruption and preserving open space
- Homeowner education through manuals and operating guides
- Green business practices that adopt ideas from other industries for saving resources and money in the home office