ENERGY STAR, Indoor Air Plus, NAHB Green, and a 2 year builder/10 year structural warranty are standard in a High Performance New Home.
With each new ENERGY STAR® qualified home from Charles Thomas Homes, the future looks a little brighter. When ENERGY STAR unveiled their new Version 3 requirements in 2012, most builders dropped out. Not us! We are STILL 100% ENERGY STAR! Anything less is NOT ENERGY STAR!
OUR HOMES PROVIDE:
LOWER UTILITY BILLS
Our ENERGY STAR qualified homes use substantially less energy—delivering $200 to $400 in annual savings. Over the average 7 to 8 years you may live in your home, this adds up to thousands of dollars saved on utility bills.
THE GOVERNMENT BACKED ENERGY STAR LABEL
Home buying is complex enough without having to know all the details of energy-efficient construction. Instead, look for the ENERGY STAR label to easily identify homes that are truly energy efficient.
COMFORT AND QUIET
Properly installed energy efficiency features deliver better protection against cold, heat, drafts, moisture, pollution, and noise. Our ENERGY STAR qualified homes help to provide consistent temperatures, improved indoor air quality, and greater durability.
Enjoy the peace of mind that comes with a low-maintenance home. Tight construction and long-lasting, efficient equipment make our homes more durable, helping to minimize many of the maintenance problems found in typical homes.
Buying an ENERGY STAR qualified home is a decision you can be proud of. Energy used in our homes often comes from the burning of fossil fuels at power plants, which contributes to smog, acid rain, and global warming. By using less energy, your new ENERGY STAR qualified home helps to reduce the amount of air pollution generated.
For more information on New Homes built to Energy Star Version 3 standards, visit energystar.gov
Every Charles Thomas Home is built healthy standards according to the EPA’s Indoor AirPlus program.
To learn more about the Indoor AirPlus System, please visit the EPA web site.
Every Charles Thomas Home is built to the stringent requirements of the NAHB’s National Green Standard.
To learn more about the NAHB Green Standard, please visit the NAHB web site.