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Superior Air Quality From Divine Custom Homes
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Helping Homebuyers Breathe Better & Cleaner Indoor Air with AirPlus

Should homeowners be concerned about breathing in dust, mold, radon, carbon monoxide, and other potentially toxic pollutants inside their homes? Of course they should. Having a healthy indoor air quality when moving into a new home is something we all assume we will get, but that may not always be the case.

Studies performed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reveal that many indoor air pollutants can be two to four times higher than outdoor levels. And since we spend most of our time indoors, insuring good indoor air quality should be of utmost importance. For individuals with a history of respiratory problems such as asthma, allergies, and chronic sinusitis, there is one sure way reduce the risk of poor indoor air when you are shopping for a new home—look for the EPA’s Indoor airPLUS label.

The good news for the Rio Grande Valley is that the Indoor airPLUS certification is now available–introduced in our market by Divine Custom Homes, who incorporates the Indoor airPlus program into every home they build.

To earn the Indoor airPlus label, a home is required to comply with strict construction practices and product specifications which reduce exposure to indoor pollutants and harmful contaminants, and this can only be awarded to an ENERGY STAR® qualified home.

Olga Treviño, founder of Divine Custom Homes, has been an ENERGY STAR® partner for many years. “We build all of our homes 100% ENERGY STAR®, or we won’t build it,” she said. “If we build your home, you are guaranteed a home of unparalleled quality, energy efficiency, and comfort. And that’s not just me saying that—it’s our inspectors. With a Divine home, you can rest assured that you and your family will breathe easier with your homebuying decision—literally.”

With so many new homes on the market today, it makes sense to narrow your search by only looking for homes that have earned the ENERGY STAR® and Indoor airPLUS labels. You will be guaranteed “above-code” energy efficiency, comfort, durability, good indoor air quality, and, more importantly, peace of mind that you made an excellent choice.

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Divine Custom Homes is a 2018 Leading Energy Efficient Builder who offers Valleywide custom home building in the $150K to $500K range. They will build on their lot or yours, and invite you to call them for a personal tour of their furnished model home in Mission, Texas.

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Get In Touch With Divine Custom Homes

Divine Custom Homes offers Valleywide custom homebuilding in the $150K to $500K range. They will build on their lot or yours, and invite you to contact them for a personal tour of their furnished model home in the community of Mission Valley in Mission, Texas.

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