The Future of Homes: Modular Renewable Energy Smart Homes
This event will break down the differences between the “traditional stick built” method of construction versus the “modular” method. You’ll learn the advantages and disadvantages of the modular process along with how we’re integrating renewable energy smart home components to create net-zero (NZEB) properties. Learn how we use residential storage batteries, such as the Tesla Powerwall and Tesla solar roof tiles, while adding energy efficient windows, doors, insulation, and heating to maximize the battery’s use.
Who is this event for?
1. The buyer who is looking to build a new home and would like to get the process done 30%-40% faster at a cost savings of 10%-20% of the original stick built method, while building a stronger product.
2. The consumer interested in sustainability, renewable energy, smart home technology, and energy efficient home components integrated with green living.
3. The “Developer” that wants to build a community or subdivision of hundreds of homes and/or the developer that wants to build apartment or hotel doors quicker, stronger, and for less money.
4. The accredited investor that would like to be involved at the start of something that could quickly grow and potentially disrupt an industry.
5. The strategic investor who wants to partner with a company not only to get a strong ROI on their investment, but to have priority on the assembly line and a discount from normal mark-ups.
6. The construction guy, the architect, the salesperson, the civil engineer, the supplier of building materials and anyone else that may wants to learn more about modular construction, smart home technology, or how to partner with S2A Modular.
Brian Kuzdas is the CEO and Co-Founder of S2A Modular. Brian has 12 years of experience as a commercial real estate broker in Chicago, Illinois and 10 years of experience buying 4,000+ apartments and converting them into condos. In 2017, Brian opened an acquisition division to develop 10,000+ modular renewable energy smart homes that run off of a storage battery, making them electrically self-sufficient (Net-Zero).
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