Builders in Asheville

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Program Indicators in Asheville

  • 3,029 ENERGY STAR certified homes built to date
  • 0 ENERGY STAR certified homes built 2019 to date
  • 183 ENERGY STAR certified homes built in 2018
  • 99 ENERGY STAR Builder Partners

Based on national averages, ENERGY STAR certified homes
built in 2018 are the equivalent of:

  • Reducing CO2 emissions by 265 metric tons
  • Growing 6,771 tree seedlings for 10 years
  • Avoiding the consumption of 615 barrels of oil
  • Removing 57 passenger vehicles from the road

Filter this list by the type of homes built:

Name Indoor airPLUS Commitments Partner Since ASC Homes Certified in Asheville during Jan 2018 - Dec 2018* Homes Certified in Asheville Total* Homes Certified Grand Total*
Clayton Homes - Appalachia Plant 934
865-494-7800
2002 4 7 1,374
Clayton Homes - Oxford Plant 929
919-693-2225
2002 1 21 1,910
Clayton Homes - Rutledge Plant 925
865-828-5771
2002 3 13 889
Clayton Homes-Halls Plant 921
865-922-9075
2002 1 9 841
Clayton Homes-Waycross Plant 930
912-283-6400
2002 0 1 2,058
Schult Homes- Rockwell Plant 957
704-279-4659
2004 3 15 4,876
Schult Homes - Richfield Plant 958
704-463-7333
2009 0 3 1,118
Giles Industries, Inc.
423-626-7243
2016 4 10 1,042

* 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.