In the market for a new home? Consider investing in an energy-efficient one—you’ll be joining the more than 1.6 million Americans who have already purchased an ENERGY STAR certified home. Not only will you save 15-30% on utility bills (compared to a typical new home), an ENERGY STAR home will provide intangible benefits for years to come. Let’s take a look!
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Learn more about the Features and Benefits of an ENERGY STAR Certified Home.