Core Performance features are standard in every home.
Core Performance is the set of sustainable and energy-efficient features included in all Jayman homes, designed to reduce your energy costs. These features include:
- 10 solar panels
- save water
- provide better heat
- use less energy
- protect the exterior
- provide fresh, clean air
Because you shouldn't have to pay more for a healthy, safe home that also helps the environment.
Efficiency equals savings.
Green energy helps the environment too.
More Core Performance features.
Core Performance saves you money every year.
Save up to $900 per year with $20,600 in value with our energy-efficient features included in your new home, at no extra cost.
Energy Savings Comparison
The Path to Net Zero
- Jayman BUILT's Core Performance
Included on every Jayman BUILT Home, saving you $900 in energy costs annually. 4.84 metric tonnes of greenhouse gases are saved each year and your new home is 30% ore energy efficient than Alberta building code requires.
- Solar Energized Hybrid Performance - Option
Choose 14 solar panels, triple pane R-8 windows with argon fill, air source electric heat pump heating and cooling mechanical system (includes air conditioning), with natural gas back up. The end result? 4.35 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions saved, $1,150 annually energy cost savings and your home is 50% more energy efficient than required by Alberta's building code.
- Net Zero Ready Peak Performance Option
This option includes Jayman's proprietary wall system, including net zero certified building envelope with up to R-37 wall values, triple pane R-8 windows with argon fill and 6 solar panels. Structurally, this home is ready for mechanical modifications and additional solar panels to achieve net zero certification at any time in the future.
- Quantum Performance Ultra E-Home
Choose our Net Zero Certified home, with 30+ solar panels, proprietary wall system and air source electric heat pump mechanical system for heating and cooling. This home is 100% more energy efficient than Alberta building code requires, saving $2,136 in energy costs annually and 10.67 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions annually.