Sable Homes features new health-conscious technologies in one of their two homes to be displayed in the Parade of Homes.
ROCKFORD, Mich., May 20, 2013 – Sable Homes (Sable) will unveil one of West Michigan’s first “Healthier Homes” at the 2013 Grand Rapids Spring Parade of Homes. The 2,242-square-foot home is located at 9309 Stone View Drive and is part of Sable’s Stone Crest development in Rockford.
The home is the first of its kind in West Michigan to feature AirRenew gypsum board walls, which enhance the air quality by permanently reducing volatile organic compounds (VOCs) such as formaldehyde. AirRenew converts VOCs into safe inert compounds. AirRenew walls continue purifying the air for 75 years. In addition to VOC reduction, the walls also provide enhanced moisture and mold resistance.
The home also contains Sherwin-Williams no VOC paint and primer. Sherwin-Williams’ Harmony Zero VOC paint and Promar 200 Zero VOC primer are water-based acrylic (latex), which assists in keeping the AirRenew gypsum board permeable to better absorb the moisture and air compounds properly.
“Energy efficiency and healthy living are always front of mind for us,” said John Bitely, president of Sable Homes. “We take pride in using the safest materials for living and the best products to preserve our environment.”
Along with the Stone Crest “Healthier Home,” Sable will also feature a second home in the Spring Parade of Homes in the Scotsmoor II development, at 9552 Scotsmoor Drive, in Caledonia Township. The Parade of Homes runs May 24 through June 8.
About Sable Homes
Combining affordability with craftsmanship, Sable Homes has been building high-quality, energy-efficient homes for West Michigan families since 1996. For more information about our communities, visit our web page, www.sablehomes.com, or follow us on Facebook.