Western Rim Property Services, led by its charismatic and visionary CEO Marcus Hiles, is a property development company which stands out from the rest. It is rare in this day and age to see property development companies devoting such an emphasis to limit the environmental impact of their developments on the countryside by committing to cultivate and protect the natural areas that surround their complexes. Based in Texas, the business has made noticeable commitments to lowering their ecological footprint, and this can clearly be seen in the attention to detail it brings to bear on the design and architecture of the estates and mansions which they bring to the area.
Since the company’s conception a decade ago, Marcus Hiles has been assuring his clients that a healthy environment leads to a healthy business. In order to deliver this promise, the company has overseen the development of 25,000 apartments. And at no point in their portfolio have they sacrificed their original vision of integrity and sustainability on the housing complexes they complete. Their efforts to remain environmentally-friendly – and showing due respect for the natural landscape – has been much appreciated by both the residents of the buildings and the local communities, who prior to the developments expressed concerns relating to the impact of such projects on the surrounding landscape.
When looking for locations, Marcus Hiles and Western Rim assert that it is determined to offer residents the best that rural living has to offer. Extraordinary landscapes and a range of outdoor activities – coupled with accessibility to urban centers such as Dallas, San Antonio and Houston – means that Western Rim is determined to fulfil the dreams of those wanting to experience the best of both these lifestyles. This remains integral to the philosophy of placing Western Rim properties in the right location.
When designing the layout of the complexes, the architects are encouraged to study the natural landscapes and try to integrate the buildings as naturally as possible in to the local landscape. Alongside this, all the buildings are built with weather stripping, reflective radiant barrier roof decking in the attic, dual pane low e-windows, and top of the range sound insulation. All the units are serviced by HVAC systems, which uses 39% less energy than the standard. CFL and LED light bulbs are used to further reduce energy usage, and all the landscape systems are designed using water conserving irrigation systems. By maintaining such high ecological standards, developers Marcus Hiles and Nancy Hiles have ensured the carbon footprint of its residents and the local community remain as low as humanly possible. To find out more about Western Rim Property Management as reported by Marcus Hiles, go to www.marcushilesdallasfortworth.com