ENERGY STAR® Certified New Homes
BETTER IS BETTER
At Remington, we are striving to do more for our homeowners and to do better for our environment. Our homes always meet EPA Energy Star certifications, verified by 3rd party industry experts. When rigorous ENERGY STAR requirements are applied to new home construction, the result is a home built better from the ground up, delivering better durability, better comfort, and reduced utility and maintenance costs.
We built 99 Energy Star Certified Homes in 2018! That's equivalent to reducing CO2 emissions by 145 metric tons! Read more...
Comprehensive air sealing, quality-installed insulation, and high performance windows and doors minimize warm and cold spots
MORE CONSISTENT TEMPERATURES
A high efficiency heating and cooling system, designed and installed for optimal performance ensures better comfort in every room, year-round
A comprehensive water management system, including flashing moisture barriers and heavy-duty membranes, protects roofs, walls and foundation.
A fresh-air system provides a controlled amount of outdoor air. With a high-performance filter, indoor air quality is improved. Additionally, dust, pollen, and allergens are reduced.
Trained and certified professionals perform independent inspections and testing, so you can sleep well knowing things were done right.
SINCE 2008, REMINGTON HAS BUILT NEARLY 800 ENERGY STAR CERTIFIED HOMES
ARE YOU FAMILIAR WITH HERS INDEX SCORE?
Our Average Rating 57.8
The Home Energy Rating System, HERS Index® is the industry standard by which a home's energy efficiency is measured.
Created by the Residential Energy Service Network (RESNET), the HERS Index is the nationally recognized system for inspecting and calculating a home's energy performance.
The lower the score, the better the energy performance is.
Learn more at http://www.hersindex.com
HERS Index Score: 130
In terms of energy efficiency, this home is performing 30% worse than the RESNET Reference Home Standard, which is equivalent to home building standards prevalent in 2006.
HERS Index Score: 130
This home meets the RESNET Reference Home Standard, which is equivalent to home building standards for 2006. However, more energy improvements can lead to lower utility bills, improved home comfort and a better effect on the environment.
HERS Index Score: 60
This home is 40% more energy efficient compared to home building standards prevalent in 2006 and 70% more efficient than the typical resale home! Did you know that 16% of greenhouse gases generated in the US come from residential homes?
HERS Index Score: 0
This home is a Net Zero Energy Home! It produces as much energy as it consumes through renewable resources, resulting in an extremely cost-effective and very environmentally friendly home.