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    *NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. A PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED. Only open to legal residents of the 50 U.S. (excluding AK, HI, NY and RI) and D.C., who are the age of majority or older in the jurisdiction in which they reside. Promotion Period starts April 16, 2015 at 1:00:00 p.m. EDT and ends May 3, 2015 at 6:00:00 p.m. EDT. For full Official Rules, and complete details, visit www2.claytonhomes.com/asheville-home-show-full-rules. Sponsor: CMH Homes, Inc. and CMH of KY, Inc., 5000 Clayton Road, Maryville, TN 37804.


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    A pair of tickets to the exciting Charlotte Motor Speedway race on May 24th
    Take a friend to see Darius Rucker perform at the Charter Amphitheatre on July 2nd
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    Top-notch dinner at a premier Asheville steakhouse

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    *NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. A PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED. Legal residents of the 50 U.S. and D.C., who are the age of majority or older in the jurisdiction in which they reside. Void in AK, HI, NY and RI. Starts May 1, 2015 at 12:00:00 p.m. EDT and ends May 3, 2015 at 6:00:00 p.m. EDT. Entries must be submitted at the Asheville Home Show during show hours. For full Official Rules and complete details, visit www2.claytonhomes.com/asheville-giveaway-rules. Sponsor: CMH Homes, Inc. and CMH of KY, Inc., 5000 Clayton Road, Maryville, TN 37804.

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    Energy Smart Home Features

    R 33/11/22 Insulation

    • An Energy Smart 3-1-2 ratio of Ceiling/Wall/Floor insulation keeps the home well insulated for all seasons.
    • Batt insulation is installed in walls so it stays tight and doesn’t slip down in the wall cavity and rolled insulation is used under the subfloor.
    • For comparisons; typically an upgraded home has 21-11-11, or a 2-1-1 ratio of insulation. A basic, non-upgraded home starts at 14-11-11 or a 1.4-1-1 ratio.
    • Ceiling insulation is blown in so it covers every nook and cranny of the attic space.
    • Note: Vaulted Ceiling models will have R30 in the ceiling.

    Improved Air Filtration

    • The “A Coil” housing increases return air efficiency reducing the possibility of a system freeze up.
    • Easy to replace air filters keep the heating and cooling system running more efficiently.
    • Breathe cleaner, fresher air using the type of air filters that fit your family best.

    Thermo MateLine Gasket

    • The mateline gasket is installed all the way around the ceiling, end walls and floor to protect the entire conditioned space from air infiltration and moisture.
    • Regardless of how tight the final setup of your home is, the mateline gasket will do its job because its designed to work from its original thickness of 1 ½” down to a fully compressed width of about ¾”.
    • Other home installers typically stuff insulation or carpet padding in the marriage line opening which won’t do any good against air infiltration as it is not designed to be compressed.

    Low-E Windows

    • Low-E (or Low Emissive) windows can reduce solar heat in the summer by blocking UV rays from entering the home.
    • Low E windows are treated with an invisible metallic oxide coating creating a surface that reflects heat, while allowing light to pass through.
    • Less UV rays also means less fading of fabrics, floor coverings and furniture and reduces the work load of heating and cooling systems.
    • In the winter, Low-E glass reduces the amount of heat lost through your windows from inside the home.

    CFL Light Bulbs

    • Saves electricity over the life of the bulb vs an incandescent bulb.
    • Uses less energy than regular bulbs.
    • Lasts longer than regular bulbs.
    • Note: Some fixtures will not accept CFL bulbs, some examples are ceiling fans and appliances.

    Energy Efficient Water Heater

    • This thicker side wall water heater has a higher insulation value, so it will retain more heat and use less energy.
    • Think of a cooler, a cooler that has very thick sidewalls, where a regular cooler has much thinner sidewalls. That is the same concept our energy efficient water heaters are built to.
    • Residential water heating is often the 2nd largest energy use in the home and can account for up to 20% of overall energy consumption.

    Sealed Duct Work

    • Ducts are tested for expensive leakage using state-of-the-art duct blaster equipment, sealed ducts can increase heating and cooling efficiency compared to unsealed duct work.
    • Consistent air flow keeps all rooms at a comfortable temperature year round.
    • Sealed ducts prevent condensation, keeping unwanted moisture out of the subfloor area.

    Programmable Thermostat

    • Save and increase the comfort for your family as you schedule the temperature settings to accommodate when you are home and away.
    • Conveniently located in an area of the home that does not fluctuate often with the opening of an exterior door.
    • Precise temperature control of + / - 1 degree for consistent comfort.
    • Backlit for quick, convenient changes in temperatures at night

    Air Tight Construction

    • Joints are sealed where walls, floors, and roofs come together.
    • Sealed Door and window openings reduce air infiltration and dust that can enter the home from the outdoor air.
    • Helps to eliminate drafts, moisture, dust, pests and pollen, plus boosts comfort all while lowering maintenance costs.