To be certified to produce manufactured homes that, upon completion of the site inspection process, earn the ENERGY STAR label, a plant must undergo certification and periodic review processes under the oversight of an EPA-approved Quality Assurance Provider (QAP). The plant certification process includes utilizing home designs that meet ENERGY STAR design guidelines. Once certified, a plant must follow the QAP’s guidelines for ongoing production, installation, and certification of homes to maintain its plant certification. The plant certification process described in the pages below is administered by the Systems Building Research Alliance (SBRA) an EPA-approved national QAP.
Guidelines to become certified to produce ENERGY STAR certified manufactured homes:
- Certifying the Plant
- Designing ENERGY STAR Certified Homes
- Producing and Installing ENERGY STAR Certified Homes
The power and credibility of being an ENERGY STAR Partner gives your customers an understanding of the standards you maintain and the credibility of your energy-efficient homes. Manufactured homes plants are eligible to become ENERGY STAR partners within the “Builders & Developers” category.” Learn more about the benefits of becoming an ENERGY STAR Partner.