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2021 Energy Efficient Builder: Treasure Builders

2021 Energy Efficient Builder: Treasure Builders
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Treasure Builders

Founded: 2003
Price Range: $130’s to $750’s
Areas Served: Hidalgo and Cameron County
Construction Type: Residential, Commercial, & Professional Offices
BUILT TO SAVE® Member Since: 2020

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Felix and Alexis Hernandez, Owners/Builders

Treasure Builders

Founded: 2003
Price Range: $130’s to $750’s
Areas Served: Hidalgo and Cameron County
Construction Type: Residential, Commercial, & Professional Offices
BUILT TO SAVE® Member Since: 2020

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Felix and Alexis Hernandez, Owners/Builders

In 2003, Felix Hernandez established Treasure Builders. The company is a family-owned business that has a reliable reputation for quality homes built by people who are deeply rooted in the traditional family values of honesty, truth, and faith. Alex Hernandez, Felix’s son, grew up in construction, working alongside his dad. So, it was no surprise when on his return from college, he joined his father to manage the company. With a degree in Urban & Regional Planning from Texas A&M, Alex brought with him a keen understanding and passion for sustainability and making things better for the future—especially homes. The company is focused on building energy efficient homes built to last, so it is no wonder they joined the BUILT TO SAVE® family!

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Simple and inexpensive caulking of every outlet and opening in the walls of a home greatly improves indoor air-quality.



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No other product provides the air-tight seal and utility savings of closed-cell spray foam insulation.



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Third-party inspections include visual evaluations of the home’s exterior to identify potential issues with the home’s envelope.



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Simple and inexpensive caulking of every outlet and opening in the walls of a home greatly improves indoor air-quality.



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No other product provides the air-tight seal and utility savings of closed-cell spray foam insulation.



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Third-party inspections include visual evaluations of the home’s exterior to identify potential issues with the home’s envelope.



As part of his formal training as an urban planner, Alex was introduced to the importance and benefits of sustainable technologies that allow us to meet our needs now without compromising the needs of future generations. And there is no better area to start with than electricity. A home’s electric usage is typically not something homebuyers have on their top list when they are shopping for a home. But it should be. It is electricity either lost or saved when living in a home, and that equals money either lost or saved.

Treasure Builders has joined the BUILT TO SAVE® program to ensure they are building the best home they can for their customers. While this may sound like just a marketing tool, you need only to talk to one of the company’s previous customers to understand how true that is.

From the beginning, Treasure Builders has enjoyed tremendous growth— 40% just in the last 2 years, and with little to no marketing. There is only one reason to explain the success—word of mouth. The company has been blessed with repeat customers and referrals from customers, something that only happens when a company provides a superior product and excellent customer service.

A customer of Treasure Builders who had purchased the company’s first BUILT TO SAVE® certified home returned to buy a third BUILT TO SAVE® home from them—now that’s a compliment. Another customer was elated with his first utility bill after he moved into his Treasure Builders’ home and let the company know. It was only $100 for the entire month!

Treasure Builders welcomes the inspections and testing by third-party independent HERS Raters required by the BUILT TO SAVE® program. The company is not new to inspections and scrutiny of construction standards. As an approved builder for the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Rural Development and Housing, Treasure Builders had to meet the USDA’s strict builder requirements for eligibility, which included financial stability and the reputation of the company.

Treasure Builders offers residential, commercial, retail, and professional office construction in the Rio Grande Valley. You are welcomed to bring your building plans to them for a free consultation. You may be surprised to discover your own treasure—a new high-performance home!

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Contact Treasure Builders for a private viewing of their model home, or for a consultation on having them build your new dream home.

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Visit www.TreasureBuildersLLC.com for more information and follow them on Facebook.

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Visit www.TreasureBuildersLLC.com for more information and follow them on Facebook.

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