Arizona's unique environment means you should take into account the following factors when buying our renovating your home. Home sustainability - the Arizona way.


ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS : Arizona's Hot Dry / Dry Mixed Climate

“A hot-dry climate is defined as a region that receives less than 20 inches (50 cm) of annual precipitation and where the monthly average outdoor temperature remains above 45°F (7°C) throughout the year.”

(Source: Building America Best Practices Series, Volume 7.3. Guide to Determining Climate Regions by County – August 2015)


Key Eco-Friendly Strategies for Arizona

Homes located in Hot Dry / Mixed Dry climates require substantial air conditioning in order to maintain a comfortable living environment. Therefore a key strategy to reduce the environmental impact of these homes focuses on improving the enclosure and efficiency of HVAC systems. 

  • Improve the insulation of walls and attics
  • Upgrade the HVAC system to a more efficient model
  • Install ceiling fans and ventilation systems

REBATES For home sustainability projects in Arizona

  • Arizona has tax credits that can be applied to home improvements that make your home more eco-friendly and sustainable. These incentives can be found here.
Evan Morrison