iMetros offers Millennial Homes, which are also known as Zero Net Energy Homes, Green Homes, and IoT (“Internet of Things”) Smart Homes. The homes are not just luxurious and modern, they are affordable.
Millennial Homes are equipped with solar and are energy-producing homes, environmentally friendly and disaster resistant. Millennial Homes already comply with California’s 2020 Zero Net Energy Homes guidelines.
Millennial Homes are future-ready, steel framed homes, with structural technology patented in 42 countries. They are earthquake and fire resistant.
Millennial Homes use radiant heating and cooling technology which eliminates forced air methods, providing much cleaner air inside the home. Cleaner air may reduce allergies, asthma, and other health issues associated with breathing unclean air.
iMetros is working on technology and material to eliminate the usage of Drywalls as interior walls.
All of our Millennial Homes are built using patented technology and highest-quality materials. Compared to a traditional wood frame home, Millennial Homes are more affordable and quicker to build with comparatively little environmental waste and site debris. Homeowners can expect higher resale values resulting from the health and safety benefits, flexibility, and lower maintenance costs
iMetros is launching its Millennial Homes project, a unique high-tech housing design throughout the United States starting from California. After successfully delivering Zero Net Energy Homes, compliant with the highest engineering requirements in California, iMetros will expand to other metropolitan areas in the United States.
We will be developing these single-family residences, known as Millennial Homes that are 1200 sqft (with two bedrooms + two and one-half bathrooms + one-car garage) and 1500 sqft (with three bedrooms + two and one-half bathrooms + one-car garage). Both models offer a two cars width driveway.
standard features are Millennial Homes are:
Precisely calculated Solar panel energy according to their local energy usage calculation
All IoT (Internet of Things) Smart lighting fixtures and appliances
Radiant heating and cooling systems, including dehumidifiers and clean energy efficient air systems
Special glossy flooring on all floors that are stain and scratch resistance with the different designer color selection
By 2020, new single-family and low-rise multifamily homes in California must comply with “Zero Net Energy” (ZNE) requirements. These standard require that such buildings produce as much energy (generally through onsite renewable energy) as they consume. Millennial Homes already comply with these stringent requirements.