Kerley Family Homes Offer Quality Homes with Pestban Technology and Engineered Flooring Joists
May 31, 2016 • Building
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Kerley Family Homes is at the leading edge of today’s building technology and offers Pestban in every home. Here’s how it works. During the new home construction process, they install the Pestban Built-In Pest Control System before the sheetrock. This unique system is made up of a series of specially designed perforated polyethylene tubing that runs throughout the walls of your home. The tubing connects to an outside service receptacle where technicans can access and deliver the treatments, without stepping foot in your home!
Another advantage of Kerley’s homes is the pex plumbing. First, what is PEX plumbing? PEX refers to cross-linked polyethylene which is used to make plastic tubing. Why Pex? The plumbing installation is simpler, and leaks less. PEX plumbing supplies are corrosion resistant. Extreme temperatures do not have as much of an impact on PEX plumbing supplies. PEX reduces noise pollution, as well.
Flooring in a home is the very basis of the construction and what is underneath that flooring is of the up-most importance. Building a home that will stand the test of time is Kerley’s goal for their homebuyers.
Engineered to provide strength and consistency, these joists are a key part of making a high-performance floor. The dimensional stability of engineered joists help them resist the warping, twisting, and shrinking that can lead to squeaky floors.
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