All homes developed and built by Marcus Hiles afford from the cellulose sound insulation as it helps decrease energy consumption and provides a greener living space. Cellulose is most often arranged of recycled waste newspaper, and in the interest of safety, is chemically treated to be fire retardant. With the qualified installation practices used on Hiles properties, cellulose completes walls and suspends variation, beneficial in adequate heating and cooling during cold and hot seasons, thereby lessening utility bills. A subject by the University of Colorado School of Architecture and Planning settled that cellulose fall short by 26.4% less heat energy over time versus fiberglass. Team up this logical construction option with Hiles’ other ecological and economical materials and it becomes immediately clear why properties designed by Marcus Hiles both sound and feel truly splendid. The homes’ prime weather stripping keeps cooled air in, the dual pane windows reduce heat loss by as much as 75 percent, and attics are appointed with exceedingly reflective radiant barrier roof panels that reflect heat and “reduce up to 97 percent of heat transfer, making attics about 30 degrees cooler,” says Hiles. From the Lone Star State’s sweltering summers to the chilliest winter nights, the full depth cellulose sound insulation of Hiles homes ensures quietness and enjoyment year round.
The Mansions McKinney provides nothing but the most deluxe amenities for those who desire extravagance every day. You’ll enjoy access to an elaborate clubhouse featuring two luxurious, resort-style pools, a high-tech fitness center, and a modern lounge with HDTV entertainment. And those lucky enough to live in “The Square” will enjoy an elevated amenity offering. Whether relaxing in your posh home, indulging in the select community offerings, taking in the area’s delightful surroundings, or heading downtown for some entertainment, you’ll love every aspect of your lifestyle and home.
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Marcus Hiles discusses outdoor trends that offer minimal maintenance and optimal design. Open areas that are sustainable and reduce utility coasts are rising in demand. Green methods including rainwater and graywater harvesting and permeable paving are some of the most sought after features discussed by the CEO of Western Rim Property Services.
If Texas were a sovereign nation, it would take pride in being recognized the world’s twelfth largest economy, by its gross domestic product (GDP). Real estate investor and developer Marcus Hiles attributes the Lone Star state’s impressive records to its unmatched commitment to less government regulation and decreased spending, and calls on other states to follow Texas’ best practice. “Over years, our leaders have boosted a favorable environment for businesses and the rest of Texans to operate and maximize their profits,” he explains. “We have no corporate or personal income tax, and the Legislature’s consistent efforts to curb spending growth is noteworthy.”
Marcus Hiles encourages prospective renters to pick locations with walking paths, saying that tenants who take advantage of even mild exercising on the paths benefit from healthier lives. A 2008 study conducted by the American Journal of Preventive Medicine gives further evidence, suggesting that those who live near park areas tend to have a lower risk of obesity. In 2010, a study by the journal Social Science and Medicine determined that people who reside near open spaces were more relaxed as compared to others who spent less time outdoors. Hiles, a firm believer in community building, explains that beyond their ability to help reduce energy costs and promote active lifestyles, trails also promote a sense of closeness among neighbors, with the walkways encouraging spontaneous meetings and interactions. Environmental, practical and fun, these shared public meeting places are an amenity no housing development should be without.
Arlington Luxury Investor, Marcus Hiles, Head of Western Rim, company based in the Texan city, just delivered his thoughts on news regarding an upscale in Texas housing market during the year’s first quarter. Hiles prepared for this long time ago, this is the reason why his Estates brand offers deluxe properties to those in the said state. “Renters are eager to embrace fancy urban living at affordable rates,” says Hiles. “Our five Estates communities offer signature amenities designed to appeal to any individual, such as singles, married and retirees who have chosen the rental lifestyle.” “Our goal was to design the best of both worlds,” Hiles states, “an exclusive lakeside escape that’s a stone’s throw away from vibrant nightlife and a thriving arts community.”
Marcus Hiles offers advice for Dallas area renters, born of his years of experience building rental properties that embody luxury living. “When renters choose to live in communities that align with their lifestyles, they achieve a greater work-life balance,” he points out. That equilibrium is particularly important because a third of apartment tenants are between the ages of 30 and 44 – in the prime of their careers – and another 30 percent or renters are between 45 and 64. Hiles’ designs apartments that deliver resort-like amenities while maintaining an enviable commute distance, ensuring that Dallas will continue to trend toward renting over home ownership.
Energy Star Important For Renters, Buyers, Says Marcus Hiles
Many renters and buyers now insist upon the latest ENERGY STAR rated appliances, and Marcus Hiles fully supports this cause. A product of The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the ENERGY STAR voluntary labeling program has become a powerful influence in purchasing decisions since its launch in 1992. Every year, consumers and program partners purchase 320 million energy efficient products which help residents shave utility bills by over $31 billion. “Compared to appliances just ten years old, with ENERGY STAR you can save almost half on your energy bill,” Hiles says.
Dallas area property development expert Marcus Hiles announced he will continue to plant 2,500 trees each year to help the environment and lower his company’s carbon footprint. Hiles is the founder and CEO of Texas-based property development firm Western Rim Property Services, which creates affordable subdivisions where renters have easy access to a luxurious lifestyle that is surrounded by trails, parks, and green spaces. The planting trees initiative is an important part of Western Rim’s goal to develop sustainable communities throughout the area.
Marcus Hiles, as the Founder and CEO of Texas based development firm, Western Rim Property Services, considers his company’s carbon footprint in every business decision he makes. By planting 2,500 trees each year, he believes a significant impact can be made on the impressions left by his business on the environment, “Trees and vegetation play a key role in every Western Rim development. These plants improve air quality, absorb greenhouse emissions, and minimize pollutants in storm water.” One tree alone can provide the cooling effects of ten standard air conditioners, and reduce utility services as much as 30%.