NEW HOMES: Selecting Energy Efficient Windows in Arkansas

NEW HOMES: Selecting Energy Efficient Windows in Arkansas

This state fact sheet for Arkansas provides a step-by-step guide for selecting energy efficient windows for your new home.

Type: Fact Sheet




NEW HOMES: Selecting Energy Efficient Windows in Alabama

NEW HOMES: Selecting Energy Efficient Windows in Alabama

This state fact sheet for Alabama provides a step-by-step guide for selecting energy efficient windows for your new home.

Type: Fact Sheet




Zero Energy, Infinite Appeal

Zero Energy, Infinite Appeal

This low maintenance house, built in Cannon Beach, Oregon, produces as much energy as it uses. This home incorporates a number of basic technologies in an innovative way to produce heat, hot water, and electricity.

Type: White Paper




Creating the Not So Big House

Creating the Not So Big House

This home, located in Amherst, Massachusetts was designed on a tight budget, proving you can build a beautiful energy efficient home without spending a lot of money. The home's design and many other specific features make this small but beautiful home energy efficient.

Type: White Paper




Guide to Energy-Efficient Windows

Guide to Energy-Efficient Windows

Replacing your home's current windows with Energy Star qualified windows will improve your home's comfort, while filtering out harmful ultraviolet light.

Type: Guide




Will Your New Home Really be Energy-Efficient?

Will Your New Home Really be Energy-Efficient?

There are many important questions you should ask your builder regarding your hew home's energy-efficiency.

Type: Brochure




Elements of an Energy-Efficient House

Elements of an Energy-Efficient House

When building a new energy-efficient house, the integration of green components can be facilitated through recent technological improvements and construction techniques. And while options, costs and styles may vary, most energy-efficient homes have basic elements in common.

Type: Guide




Green Home Case Study: Seattle's Studio 24

Green Home Case Study: Seattle's Studio 24

Learn how one urban infill lot in Seattle was transformed into a 3-star certified green home.

Type: Case Study




Federal Tax Credit for Installing Energy-Efficient Windows and Doors

Federal Tax Credit for Installing Energy-Efficient Windows and Doors

Learn the federal tax credits available to homeowners for installing energy-efficient windows and doors.

Type: White Paper




Building Energy-Efficient New Houses

Building Energy-Efficient New Houses

Learn how to plan for an energy-efficient home before construction begins.

Type: White Paper




Choosing Windows and Doors

Choosing Windows and Doors

This guide for homeowners outlines the different types and styles of windows and doors available, as well as how to evaluate the energy efficiency of each.

Type: White Paper




The Tax Credit for Installing Energy Efficient Windows, Doors and Skylights

The Tax Credit for Installing Energy Efficient Windows, Doors and Skylights

Homeowners can reduce their income tax by up to 30 percent of the purchase price of energy-efficient products, such as windows and doors, thanks to a federal tax credit. Learn more in this publication.

Type: White Paper





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