Builders in Massachusetts

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Program Indicators in Massachusetts

  • 25,133 ENERGY STAR certified homes built to date
  • 0 ENERGY STAR certified homes built 2018 to date
  • 593 ENERGY STAR certified homes built in 2017
  • 72 ENERGY STAR Builder Partners

Based on national averages, ENERGY STAR certified homes
built in 2017 are the equivalent of:

  • Reducing CO2 emissions by 862 metric tons
  • Growing 22,345 tree seedlings for 10 years
  • Avoiding the consumption of 1,996 barrels of oil
  • Removing 182 passenger vehicles from the road

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Builders Committed to Constructing 100% ENERGY STAR Certified Homes

Name ENERGY STAR Commitments Indoor airPLUS Commitments Partner Since DESC Homes Certified in MA during Jan 2017 - Dec 2017* Homes Certified in MA Total* Homes Certified Grand Total*
Pleasant Valley Modular Homes, Inc.
570-345-8600
Boston-Cambridge-Newton ; Pittsfield ; Providence-Warwick ; Springfield ; Worcester ; Other Areas in Massachusetts
100% icon
2005 35 175 3,276
Chinburg Builders, Inc.
603-868-5995
Boston-Cambridge-Newton
100% icon
2004 79 352 390
Wright Builders
413-586-8287
Springfield
100% icon
Indoor airPLUS icon
Indoor airPLUS 100% icon
1995 20 83 88
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* There is a reporting period for submitting ENERGY STAR certified homes data that occurs after the end of each calendar quarter. The "Homes Certified" columns are updated for all partners after home report information has been approved by EPA.

100% icon Denotes home builders or developers who have made a commitment to building 100% of their homes to ENERGY STAR performance guidelines.
Indoor airPLUS icon Denotes home builders or developers offering optional ENERGY STAR Indoor AirPLUS.
Indoor airPLUS 100% icon Denotes home builders or developers who have made a commitment to building 100% of their homes to Indoor airPLUS performance guidelines.

Affordable Housing Builders are defined as builders of income-eligible housing typically designated for lower income households whose construction is publicly subsidized by federal, state, or local housing agencies, usually via grants, loans, tax credits, and/or tax-exempt bonds.