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Benefits of Building ENERGY STAR Certified Homes

Spotlight

  • Beazer Homes

    BEAZER HOMES: HAYDEN LAKES COMMUNITY

    These homes feature open-cell spray foam insulation that reduces air leakage and allows for smaller-sized HVAC units.

  • Brighton Homes

    BRIGHTON HOMES: THE BROWNSTONE

    Air sealing is carefully inspected by superintendents to ensure complete coverage of all gaps and penetrations.

  • KB Homes

    KB HOME: BARTRAM CREEK DEVELOPMENT

    Energy-efficient features include blown-in attic insulation, radiant barrier roofing, insulated garage doors, and low-E windows.

  • Providence Homes

    PROVIDENCE HOMES: MONROE MODEL

    The Monroe model offers its owners a low electric bill of less than $140 a month.

  • Ivey Homes

    IVEY HOMES: IVEYWISE PROGRAM

    Features include radiant barrier roof sheathing, advanced framing, and extensive air sealing.

  • VIP Homes

    VIP HOMES

    Energy-efficient features include low-E dual-pane windows, insulated ductwork, and cathedralized attic insulation.

Become a Partner

Today’s homebuyers are looking for assurance that the home they purchase is energy-efficient. Join the thousands of builders across the country who are using U.S. EPA’s trusted ENERGY STAR label, recognized by 89% of Americans, to give their homebuyers confidence they have made the right choice.

Improve Your Construction Process. Participating in the ENERGY STAR program can help you improve your construction process.

  • Reduce your construction costs: Building ENERGY STAR certified homes will reduce your lumber costs and offer cost savings through right-sized HVAC units.
  • Minimize costly call backs:  ENERGY STAR builders report that they have seen a reduction in comfort-related complaints.
  • Standardize your building practices:  Using ENERGY STAR’s Program Requirements, you can help standardize specs for subcontractors for bidding and work performance purposes.
  • Obtain industry vetted support:  EPA can provide you with best practices from builders across the country for your specific climate.

Sell More Homes. Partnering with ENERGY STAR gives you access to a number of free ENERGY STAR sales and marketing resources that can help you sell more homes.

  • Co-brand with ENERGY STAR: Display the ENERGY STAR logo with your own company’s logo.
  • Turn-key Marketing and Sales Training Tools:  Use free marketing collateral and sales training resources to help position yourself as an ENERGY STAR builder.
  • Awards and Recognition: Stand out from your competition by receiving national recognition from the EPA.