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New Construction Trends for 2023

Updated January 16, 2023

The home building industry is always changing and evolving. Staying ahead of the curve is crucial for any builder who wants success.

From green building techniques to innovative materials, construction trends come and go quickly, so it’s essential that you stay on top of them if you want your business to thrive.

Here are four new construction trends that are shaping the industry and that you should be aware of as we move into 2023.

Solar energy in residential new construction homes

As concerns about the environment continue to grow, more and more homeowners are looking for homes that are powered by renewable energy sources.

It’s clear that construction trends for 2023 need to focus on renewable energy sources, and solar panels top the list.

According to Rocket Homes, almost 70% of households want a solar-powered home.

Demand is only going to become more popular in the coming years. As a result, builders who are able to offer solar-powered homes will have a significant advantage over those who don’t.

Electric vehicle charging stations at home

Another trend that’s gaining traction is the integration of electric vehicle charging stations into new homes.

The number of electric cars on the road is expected to increase significantly in the next few years. Car and Driver estimates 30% of vehicles by 2030 and 45% by 2035.

Having a home that can accommodate them will be a major selling point for many buyers. ZDNET compiled a list of EV chargers you should consider building into homes. 

Zephyr’s high-efficiency air filter

Indoor air quality becomes an increasingly important concern for homeowners. Home builders who are able to offer high-efficiency air filtration will be at a distinct advantage.

Zephyr’s MERV 13 air filters are the easiest way to accomplish this.

No retrofits or tools are needed to install these 3-inch thick filters. It’s 100% plug-and-play, lasts 3-4 times as long as 1-inch filters, and is the first line of defense against air pollutants. They help to remove pollutants and allergens from the air, providing a healthier indoor environment for homeowners.

HVAC vent and LED recessed light fixture 

Comfy-Light‘s recessed light fixture and HVAC vent will change how home builders think about HVAC vents. This all-in-one, discrete ceiling unit will provide light and heated or cooled air evenly into indoor spaces.

Fewer ceiling penetrations
During construction, strategically reducing the number of openings in ceilings can improve a home’s energy efficiency by better-regulating air movement.

Reduces air leakage
By decreasing drafts and preventing air leaks, homeowners can maximize their comfort while lowering energy costs.

Saving money on construction costs in 2023

In 2023, saving money on construction costs is being seen as a top priority in the home building industry. There are many ways to save money when building a home, from choosing lower-cost materials to utilizing advanced technology such as Comfy-Light.

Comfy-Light is an innovative design that offers both form and function at an affordable price. The system features fewer parts and streamlined installation, which allows builders to save on labor costs.

Additionally, the unique air & light combination ensures optimal airflow without compromising design aesthetics – a feature that is increasingly important for modern homes.

Overall, savvy home builders should take advantage of all the cost-saving opportunities available in 2023 and stay ahead of the top trends like Comfy-Light, installing renewable energy systems, and incorporating high-efficiency air filters into their designs.

Doing so will help ensure they remain competitive while still providing quality homes at a reasonable price point to their customers.

Christopher Grubbs

Christopher Grubbs

Chris is the driving force behind KGG's marketing initiatives. Boasting over a decade in digital marketing, Chris's expertise is deeply rooted in HVAC lines and IAQ products. In 2018, recognizing the pivotal role of online presence in today's market, he pioneered KGG's in-house digital and marketing services. For collaborations or to learn more, connect with Chris on LinkedIn.

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