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Our one and only earth is home for us all. That's why Standard Pacific Homes builds beautiful homes that not only provide a higher quality of life for the families who live in them, but are also designed to use less of our precious natural resources. From the energy-efficient savings of our ENERGY STAR® certified new homes to our thoughtful community design that provides parks and green spaces to enjoy, you'll find that owning a new Standard Pacific Home is a smart choice for you.
Our ENERGY STAR® certified homes meet rigorous energy standards developed by a joint program of the Department of Energy and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. These are quality standards that will deliver benefits for you for years to come.
Every new ENERGY STAR® certified Standard Pacific Home* is certified by an independent third-party inspector and given a HERS® (Home Energy Rating System) score. The lower your HERS score, the more efficient your Standard Pacific home is and the lower your utility bills may be. We display our HERS scores in our model homes so you can see for yourself how they compare to other new and resale homes.
Everyone loves the beauty of nature, which is why Standard Pacific Homes incorporates green space into the planning of each new neighborhood. From preserving existing trees when possible to creating grassy parks and winding greenways, we consider how to reduce our impact on the surrounding environment from the moment we break ground. These features not only add to the beauty of a community, they encourage an active outdoor lifestyle which may contribute to the overall health of residents.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, nearly 20% of total U.S. greenhouse gas emissions are home-related, so purchasing an energy-efficient new home as compared to a typical resale home is one step you can take to reduce your carbon footprint. Here are a few helpful suggestions for how you can be even more energy-efficient in your home
*ENERGY STAR® certified homes are currently not available in communities in Southern California. All homes in California are required to comply with Title 24, California's energy efficiency standards for residential buildings. Estimate of energy savings based upon information provided by the U.S. Department of Energy and ENERGY STAR®.
The HERS® Index is a registered trademark of the Residential Energy Services Network (RESNET). More information about the HERS Index rating can be found on RESNET's website at http://www.resnet.us. The HERS Index rating is a measurement of a home's energy efficiency per RESNET standards as determined by a third-party HERS certified rater, but is not a warranty or guarantee of energy utility costs or savings. The HERS Index rating shown on the sample certification above is merely a sample and not representative of all ENERGY STAR® certified homes. Standard Pacific Homes does not guarantee any level of electric or gas energy utility costs or savings will be achieved or maintained, even if the home is built as designed per the relevant home plan. Actual energy utility costs will depend on a number of factors, including but not limited to personal utility usage preferences, the rates, fees and charges of local energy utility providers, daily activities, home maintenance practices, household size, use and/or condition of appliances, lighting and internal climate control systems, and the surrounding climate and weather conditions. Standard Pacific Homes is not affiliated with RESNET.
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