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ENERGY STAR homes are better built, more comfortable homes that save you money on your utility bills every month.
Every Northwest ENERGY STAR certified home is built to meet energy efficient guidelines set forth by the Environmental Protection Agency.
From energy efficient windows to advanced heating and cooling systems, ENERGY STAR homes guarantee greater savings, comfort and peace-of-mind.
Simply stated, ENERGY STAR homes are built better for you and the environment.
Better For Your Pocketbook
ENERGY STAR homes are at least 15 percent more efficient than code-built new homes, making them some of the most energy efficient homes on the market today. By using less energy, ENERGY STAR homes cost less to operate, which means more money in your wallet month after month. Combined with potential higher resale values, ENERGY STAR homes represent a smart investment.
Better Heating And Cooling
Enjoy a home with even temperatures throughout the year. Tightly-sealed ductwork, high-performance windows and properly installed insulation make your home more comfortable.
Better For The Environment
The energy used by American homes accounts for 20 percent of total U.S. carbon dioxide CO2emissions. ENERGY STAR certified homes perform better than standard code-built homes and require less energy for heating, cooling and hot water. This amounts to reduced air pollution and a healthier environment for everyone.
Better For You
ENERGY STAR Homes have healthier indoor air, as performance-tested ductwork keeps the air inside your home clean by reducing the possibility of drawing unwanted air from your home’s attic, basement, crawl spaces and garage.
Peace Of Mind
Relax knowing your ENERGY STAR qualified home was tested and certified by an independent third-party to meet ENERGY STAR standards. The ENERGY STAR label is your assurance you have purchased an energy efficient home.
Your builder is building for you if they are building ENERGY STAR Certified Homes.
Click here to view Idaho Power’s list of ENERGY STAR Homebuilders.
1. Figure out how much you can afford and get pre approved for a loan.
Carrie Caron is a great person to help you through this step. Visit her website at http://www.carriecaron.com or give her a call at (208) 898-3855.
2. Shop for a home.
We can help you find the right house. When you invite Fitch & Company Real Estate Services to help you shop for a home we do everything we can to make sure we find you the right house for the right price.
3. Make an Offer.
If your first offer isn’t accepted, don’t get discouraged!
4. Get a Home Inspection.
Jim Holl at 5 Star Home Inspections is reliable, affordable, and trustworthy Home Inspector. He does a thorough job and has performed well over 2,000 home inspections. You can reach him at (208) 407-7704 or visit him online at http://www.fivestarhomeinspections.com.
5. Get Homeowners Insurance.
We recommend Nate Lowry with Northwest Insurance Brokers. You can reach him at (208) 861-5281 or email him, firstname.lastname@example.org.
6. Sign Papers and Move In.
I think this is still a problem but we are working our way through it. I think a lot of people bought homes that had no business doing so and now we are paying for it. The silver lining is that it is a great time to pick up some great deals for investment. Call with questions or check out FitchandCompany.net
Hey everyone, check out Cotner Building Company’s website. John is leading the way in Universal design in new construction and he is also one of the few that is building large RV garages with his homes. Call with questions or check out my website FitchandCompany.net
This Home Is 3 Bedroom,2 Bath With An Office. Standard Features Are Granite Counters,Hardwood Floors,Tile In The Master Bath,Stainless Steel Appliances and Energy Star Certification. Don’t Forget About the RV Garage To Store All Your Toys. Call Fitch & Company at 208-283-0989 With Questions.