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iShow.com Inc. DBA FTF.BUILD

14205 S.E. 36th St. Suite 100

Bellevue, WA 98006

FIRST TO THE FUTURE® BUILD BENEFITS

With over 18+ years of building technology knowledge, we have identified “the must have” benefits that a “future ready” home must have. Our homes include six key benefit packages:

  • The Energy Wise Benefits Package

  • The Water Wise Benefits Package

  • The Healthier Home Benefits Package

  • The Inclusive Design Benefits Package

  • The Future Ready Benefits Package

  • The Smart Living Benefits Package

 

Our FIRST TO THE FUTURE® home has to be highly energy efficient. Working for years with the U.S. Department of Energy, our homes are committed to meet Energy Star and above home guidelines.


The following are just some highlights:

  • A "smart system" of insulation that acts as both a thermal insulator and an air barrier
    – saving homeowners up to 50 percent in monthly energy costs

  • ENERGY STAR rated+ Windows and Doors

  • Advanced Housewrap to seal and protect it from mold, mildew and wood rot

  • A High Performance Energy Star+ rated HVAC Systems

  • Further details on First to the Future® home methods and products can be seen at our FIRST TO THE FUTURE® home rating page. Learn more

 

FIRST TO THE FUTURE® homes are designed and committed to offer a healthy living environment, increasing indoor air quality is one of the cornerstones.

 

A few examples include:

  • Moisture Control

  • Engineered HVAC Systems Design

  • Fresh Air Supply 

  • Combustion Pollutant Control

  • Lowest or no VOCs

  • Further details on FIRST TO THE FUTURE® home methods and products can be seen at our FIRST TO THE FUTURE® home rating page. Learn more

FIRST TO THE FUTURE™ homes are not just high energy efficient homes. Water usage is another key factor that every home is built with.

Example features include:

  • Water saving plumbing fixtures

  • Water saving structured piping layouts and hot water circulation systems

  • Water filtration 

  • Automatic water shut off valves in case of water leakages

  • Further details on FIRST TO THE FUTURE™ home methods and products can be seen at our FIRST TO THE FUTURE™ home rating page. Learn more

 
  • FIRST TO THE FUTURE® homes are designed with universal design measures in mind allowing families aging in place.

Example features are:

  • Wider interior doors

  • Remote control functions for devices like thermostats, lighting and more

  • Bathrooms with grab bar support in walls

  • Low threshold showers

  • Door lever handles

  • Further details on FIRST TO THE FUTURE™ home methods and products can be seen at our FIRST TO THE FUTURE™ home rating page. Learn more

 

FIRST TO THE FUTURE® homes are designed and constructed with the goal to meet not just today's building code but it's goal is also to be future ready with upcoming, newer building code requirements in the future.

 

Just a few of the example features include:

  • A home that is more air tight and energy efficient built

  • A home that has a whole house fresh air ventilation system 

  • A home that is renewable energy and solar ready

  • A home that is built stronger and more resistant to natural disasters

  • Further details on FIRST TO THE FUTURE™ home methods and products can be seen at our FIRST TO THE FUTURE™ home rating page. Learn more

 

Imagine, control key systems of a homes via smart device or master remotes for your entire house, from climate control, security monitoring, lighting control to close the shades and to play your favorite music, all with just a touch. This is what you can experience first hand at our FIRST TO THE FUTURE® homes.

But that is not all, starting at the front door, working with wireless-controlled door locks, homeowners have the power to remotely control and monitor access to their home including cameras for video monitoring anywhere and at any time. 

Further details on FIRST TO THE FUTURE® home methods and products can be seen at our FIRST TO THE FUTURE® home rating page. Learn more