Voted Iron County's Home Builder of the Year

Moonridge Academy

Energy Efficient and Sustainable Construction in Cedar City, UT

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Design Details

Moonridge Academy is small school and office building for an all-girls private school. We spent months with the owners to learn how their school operates, and then we designed and built the perfect building for their needs. Sustainable products are used throughout the building to match the owner’s values, and the building was independently tested and inspected for energy efficiency, so the rooms can be kept comfortable without breaking the bank. There are lots of windows for great natural lighting, and the interior was built to function under high use, but designed to keep the feel of a home. Low maintenance, energy efficient, and sustainability in a comfortable ranch setting are cornerstones of this school building.

Learn more about building a new home:

master bedroom built with two large windows on each side of king size bed and loveseat
dark wood mantle above fireplace and natural light from windows
bright natural light illuminating living room area with blue couches and loveseat
architectural drawing for new house plan showing bedrooms, bathrooms and entry
new construction using stained wood framing of outdoor pavilion showing joists

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Our Affiliations and Professional Credentials:

Energy Star logo
LEED certification
Passive House Institute U.S. Certified Builder
Certified Green Professional National Association of Home Builders credential
U.S. Green Building Council LEED certified
Houzz Best in Service
Cedar City Rotary Club
Better Business Bureau A+ Rating
Cedar City Chamber of Commerce
Certified Aging-In-Place Specialist. Houses for Living. Homes for Life.
RESNET Energy Smart Contractor
Iron County Home Builders Association

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