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ENERGY STAR Certified Homes Video - Better is Better (short version)

Last Updated: 01-22-2021

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.

Audience: Architects & Designers, Builders, Community Developers, Heating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning (HVAC) Contractors, Home Appraisers, Home Builder Associations, Home Buyers, Home Energy Providers/Raters, Lenders, Local Governments, Real Estate Agents, Utilities/Program Sponsors
Resource Type: Outreach/Marketing, Training/Education
Program Area: Affordable Housing, Consumer Marketing, Financing, Single Family/Low Rise Multifamily
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HVAC Grading for HVAC Contractors Fact Sheet – ENERGY STAR Multifamily New Construction

Last Updated: 10-08-2021

This three-page fact sheet provides HVAC contractors with a brief overview of Track A – HVAC Grading by Rater for ENERGY STAR Multifamily New Construction and answers to frequently asked questions. “Track A - HVAC Grading by Rater” is a new option for meeting many of the program’s HVAC design and commissioning requirements, which leverages ANSI / RESNET / ACCA / ICC Standard 310 and offers many benefits.

Audience: Heating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning (HVAC) Contractors
Resource Type: Training/Education
Program Area: Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC), Multifamily High Rise, Single Family/Low Rise Multifamily
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HVAC Grading for HVAC Contractors Fact Sheet – ENERGY STAR Single-Family New Homes

Last Updated: 10-08-2021

This two-page fact sheet provides HVAC contractors with a brief overview of Track A – HVAC Grading for ENERGY STAR Single-Family New Homes and answers to frequently asked questions. “Track A - HVAC Grading” is a new option for meeting many of the program’s HVAC design and commissioning requirements, which leverages ANSI / RESNET / ACCA / ICC Standard 310 and offers many benefits.

Audience: Heating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning (HVAC) Contractors
Resource Type: Training/Education
Program Area: Single Family/Low Rise Multifamily