Marcus Hiles – Notes the Impact of Environmental Responsibility on Housing Developments
Throughout every planning and building process, it’s the role of Marcus Hiles to adeptly determine how different building components and features promote loss of energy. He applies technical placements of windows that enhance the orientation and components of a housing development to normalize the room temperature within the home regardless of the weather in Texas. Loss of heated air and cooled air within the house is maintained at minimum level if the property contains shading devices, frames with anti-air leakage features, and windows with the excellent solar coefficient. Correspondingly, less money is spent while more carbons are decreased. Hiles establishes the usage of radiant roof panels because they keep the air ducts from absorbing the sun’s heat through the roof, making cooling costs 5-10% less. For further value, Hiles also installs air conditioning units with higher ratings of SEER or seasonal energy efficiency ratio. This contributes to the further decrease in carbon emission and triggers energy savings amounting to $420,000 in Western Rim Property Services communities.