Thursday, May 29, 2014

Luxury Modular Guest Home to be Featured in PCBC

Irontown Homes is looking forward to being featured front and center during the  2014 PCBC Show in San Francisco.


Professional Builder is sponsoring the state-of-the-art single modular guest home that will stand prominently just outside the main entrance to the Moscone Center June 25 and 26 during PCBC.

The single 534 sq. ft. module has been innovatively designed and will be built with some of the most sustainable features and products available including weathered barn wood siding, weathering steel roof, BIBS (Blown in Blanket System) exterior wall insulation, thermally broken Western Windows with a multi-slide door and Ductless 25 SEER heating and cooling. Other features include a tongue and groove cedar ceiling, bamboo wood floors, full overlay maple cabinets, tile tub surround and quartz countertops.

Show attendees will be treated to the unique experience of touring this beautifully designed module before it’s shipped and set in Santa Barbara as a guest home.

KEY SUSTAINABLE FEATURES
  • Weathered Barn Wood Siding
  • Weathering Steel Roof
  • BIBS Exterior Wall Insulation
  • Thermally Broken Western Windows with Multi-Slide Door
  • Ductless 25 SEER Heating and Cooling


Irontown Homes will be constructing the home in its Spanish Fork, Utah factory prior to shipping and setting the structure at PCBC.

The PCBC Show gives residential builders, developers, architects, lenders, investors, marketers and product manufacturers the opportunity to connect and create opportunities to work together. PCBC brings together some of the most prominent and influential players in all aspects of residential and commercial building.

Each year PCBC offers targeted educational forums, exclusive networking opportunities and events, a unique exhibit floor and product “matchmaking sessions” to help create and promote more productive engagement between buyers and sellers.

PCBC stands as one of the premier housing tradeshows in the world with its focus on helping attendees connect with each other to form mutually beneficial relationships.


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