Building Energy Efficient Homes For Southern New Mexico, USA

In partnership with the Environmental Protection Agency, we pursue a systems approach to building homes that conserve energy.

Our Systems Approach

The systems approach method is simple. The design and layout of the home must fit the owner's lifestyle and be properly oriented on the lot.

Concrete Homes

The concrete industry is over 50 years old and now it taking over the American home building industry.

These pages are designed to illustrate our approach to building energy efficient homes.


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Concrete Homes Construction

The concrete homes are perfect for the Southwestern desert region of the USA. That's why we pride ourselves as being the first company to provide this service.

Energy Star Homes

In a D. A. Brown Construction Inc. energy efficient home, the monthly utility bill savings can significantly exceed the small increase in the monthly mortgage payment for extra energy efficiency measures.

Free Sunsets

A free lifetime supply of wonderful New Mexico sunsets are available for free with every home we build!

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4 Useful Tips to Spice up Your Home

If you’re someone who is bored of looking at the plain and repetitive design of your home, then maybe you should spice it up with a few modern improvements. Remodeling your home can be a fun activity to up your way of life by creating a safe space formulated by you. However, a smart home renovator would not just jump right to it. Whether you are doing this for your own pleasure, or to increase the selling price of your house, there are many factors that need to be considered. Know that your little project could either make a positive or negative impact not only to you and your family, but to potential buyers as well.

Here are some smart tips you will need before you make the final call:

renovationStart planning Before you even begin with all your renovations, make sure that you plan ahead.  Home improvement is not something that’s cheap; it will require some funding for materials and possible hiring of workers. Sort everything out by listing down everything that you need to do for your house. If you’re planning to change the color scheme, pick the best colors that match; if you’re planning to change your tiles, canvass a design that you think would look best; if you’re planning to create a completely new face for your rooms, start visualizing. When the time comes for construction, you won’t even have to stress about the littlest things.

When in doubt, ask for help This is one of the most important rules on the list. If you do not have the experience, nor the artistic touch to make your ideas a reality, hire some help. You don’t want mediocre and badly done improvements on your house, do you? There are many professionals out there who could not only help you with your plans, but even develop them to produce some bigger, better and more cost-efficient renovations. Always keep in mind to hire only those you trust to get the job done.

home improvementKeep the big picture in mind One of the most common mistakes people who improve their homes make is not thinking ahead. They forget that, in the long-run, they will be living in the house they are reconditioning. Don’t just follow a certain trend, make sure that whatever you are doing is a key piece in your big picture. Also, remember to include possible maintenance expenses when you’re planning so as to prevent unnecessary and over the top renovations that might not have much use to you and your family.

Understand upcoming problems and maintain a cohesive idea It is important that, before you go through any reconstruction, you fully understand what you’re getting into. Designing and remodeling can be fun and exciting only if you have already made solutions for possible hindrances along the way. More so, always keep in mind that every room in your home is not separate. All of them jive together to create a masterful design of comfort and artistry. This can only be achieved if your ideas and wants are both organized and consistent..

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