Tools and Resources
This interactive U.S. map allows you to drill down to individual states to understand the market for site-built, single-family ENERGY STAR certified homes compared to all one-unit housing completions as reported by the U.S. Census. It also provides estimates for energy, utility bill, and CO2 emissions reductions from ENERGY STAR certified homes.
Embed this video in your website and in model homes to show homebuyers why ENERGY STAR certified homes are built better. A full length version is also available that includes testimonials from real ENERGY STAR home owners. Download either low- or high-resolution video files via your My ENERGY STAR Account (MESA). For embedding into your website we recommend linking to the video via YouTube.
This YouTube video highlights key requirements for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR Certified Homes Program. Targeted for new and current home builder partners, builders will learn about the value and market advantage of the program in addition to the many resources available to them and the expectations and responsibilities of a trusted ENERGY STAR home builder partner.
In this four minute YouTube video we introduce home builders to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR Certified Homes Program. Builders learn about the value of ENERGY STAR certified homes and how partnering with ENERGY STAR gives home builders a market advantage.
For a home to be ENERGY STAR certified, several key commissioning tasks must be completed by a credentialed HVAC contractor. These requirements are contained in the HVAC Commissioning Checklist, and include checking the refrigerant charge, measuring the HVAC fan airflow, and a recommendation to test and balance the room-by-room airflows. Visit our HVAC Resources web page to watch short "how to" videos to help you complete these tasks.
This two-page fact sheet highlights ENERGY STAR's tools and resources that can be used by affordable housing stakeholders to improve energy efficiency. Greater energy efficiency helps improve resident comfort, reduce operating costs, and decrease greenhouse gas emissions. For more information visit www.energystar.gov/affordablehousing.
Select from a variety of web buttons and banners that can be easily uploaded to your Web site to promote your ENERGY STAR partnership and that allow you to easily link to the consumer side of the ENERGY STAR certified homes Web site at energystar.gov/newhomes.
These Web buttons and banners are accessed via partners' password protected My ENERGY STAR Account (MESA).
Use this customizable training kit to prepare your sales staff to communicate the value of ENERGY STAR certified homes to perspective homebuyers. The kit comes with:
Partners may use the ENERGY STAR marks to promote their support of the ENERGY STAR program, ENERGY STAR certified homes, and their partnership with ENERGY STAR. And of course, to signify homes that have been ENERGY STAR certified. All marks must be used in compliance with the ENERGY STAR Brand Book and are only available for download via partners' My ENERGY STAR Account (MESA).
This one-page fact sheet highlights all marketing and technical resources available to partners of the ENERGY STAR Homes Program.