The First Electrically Self-Sustaining, Custom Luxury Homes Unveiled by S2A Modular

December 6, 2018

S2A Modular is shattering the world’s conventional thought on the way residential and commercial buildings are designed and constructed. Launching the new brand globally with the introduction of the #GreenLuxHome, as well as ushering in a new era in how world-class hotels and other business structures are built, S2A is redefining the phrase “sustainable living.”

THE FUTURE IS HERE. Introducing the #GreenLuxHome.

 

The first electrically self-sustaining, custom luxury homes are creating a new standard with high-end design and materials; faster construction speed; “surplus energy income” (Net Zero) generated from Tesla Powerwall technology and solar panels; tailor-made premium features; and smart-connected living.

 

  • DREAM BETTER: S2A Modular allows home buyers to dream up a bigger, better lifestyle – either choosing from more than 35 pre-designed, high-end floorplans or literally creating a living space that was never thought possible before. In less than six short weeks after choosing designs and receiving approved plans, homes are built in their entirety with a visually identical foundation to a “traditional structure.”

    • Exclusively relying on a Tesla Powerwall and solar panels, the #GreenLuxHome not only eliminates costs associated with energy – utility companies may even pay residents for contributing energy to the grid

  • BUILD BETTER: Instead of onsite development, S2A builds the home in a controlled environment, custom to home buyer specifications, with the latest in state-of-the-art appliances, smartphone-controlled settings and more pre-installed.

    • Partnerships with globe-leading companies – such as Tesla, LG Electronics, Mitsubishi, AO Smith, NETGEAR, Broadstreet and more – ensure that S2A’s premium features and materials are second-to-none

  • BETTER LONG-TERM HOME VALUE, IMMEDIATELY: #GreenLuxHome units instantly carry more long-term value than a traditional site-built home.

A NEW ERA IN WORLD-CLASS COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS FOR TODAY AND TOMORROW.

In addition to residential units, the company is changing the way world-class hotels and full commercial buildings are built – making them more cost-effective, efficient and sustainable.

  • BETTER EFFICIENCY: S2A provides turnkey solutions that allow corporations big and small to develop their projects quickly. This new wave in commercial building construction eradicates cost-efficiency challenges associated with traditional brick and mortar construction, removing the need for multiple partners, vendors and longer timelines (which add cost). S2A Modular keeps it all under one roof in its 100,000-plus square foot MegaFactory.

    • Unique to the industry, every S2A Modular construction project is sustained by Tesla Powerwall technology, paired with solar, to save businesses overhead and overall cost by eliminating energy bills.

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