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Energy Smart™ Qualified Homes

With each Allen Edwin Home, we offer our comprehensive 10 Year Structural Warranty, and our homes are RESNET Energy Smart qualified.

Allen Edwin Homes provides a 10 year structural warranty on all new homes. This speaks to Allen Edwin Homes’ commitment to quality. Allen Edwin Homes received approval for membership in the Residential Warranty Company, LLC (RWC) program. RWC provides extended insured written warranty protection on new homes nationwide. The 10-year insurance policy, normally an additional cost to home buyers, is being provided free of charge for all new Allen Edwin homeowners.

We are proud to offer new homes that have earned the RESNET Energy Smart label. Our HERs rated new homes are substantially more energy efficient than homes built to the minimum code requirements. Our RESNET Energy Smart new homes are independently verified by a third-party Home Energy Rater to ensure they meet energy efficiency guidelines. These homes are better for the environment and better for you.

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1 - Carrier© 13 Seer Air Conditioner
conserves energy to keep cooling costs low.

2 - 2x6 Exterior Walls
have a higher R-value, which makes the home better insulated and reduces material cost during framing.

3 - Pex© Plumbing 
has a higher R-Value than other materials, which reduces the amount of heat loss from the water as it travels through the piping. It also decreases the amount of energy used by the water heater, because hot water arrives at fixtures faster.

4 - Direct Vent Range Hood
is used to directly remove grease vapor and cooking smells from the home.

5 - GE© Appliances 
are Energy Smart qualified utilizing 10%-50% less energy and water than standard appliances

6 - Sealed HVAC Duct Work 
prevents tempered air loss in the supply runs.

7 - 92% High Efficiency Furnace by Carrier© 
are optimized to provide consistent heat and accurate temperature management in the home. Thus, you can have more warmth while using less fuel.

8 - Engineered HVAC System
Every house is designed to have proper furnace and duct work size required for the cubic volume of space and heat loss through windows, doors and walls. This ensures the forced air furnace operates at optimum performance.

9 - Power Vent High Efficiency Water Heater by Lochinvar©
Factory installed heat traps minimize heat loss through piping. Non-CFC foam insulation provides uniform tank coverage.

10 - 100% Compact Flourescent Bulbs
are used throughout the entire home. They use about 75% less energy than a standard incandescent bulb and last up to 10 times longer.

11 - Sterling© Toilets with Pro Force HET Flushing Technology
meets EPA criteria with low 1.6 gallons per flush saving water consumption.

12 - Low VOC Paint
is made from natural raw ingredients reducing the toxins released into your home.

13 - Attic Access Panel
has gasket applied to reduce heat loss.

14 - R-38 Attic Insulation
ensures even temperatures throughout the house, reducing energy use and increasing comfort.

15 - R-19 Exterior Wall Insulation
protects against air infiltration, and controls moisture while reducing your heating and cooling needs by approximately 30%.

16 - Programmable Thermostat
can be programmed to save you money in heating and cooling costs annually.

17 - Engineered Floor System by Louisiana Pacific©
Can span larger distances than traditional dimensional lumber and increases the stability of the home’s floors. The system is made from partially recycled materials (OSB Core).

18 - Sealant Tape
around all windows and doors ensures no air penetration into the home.

19 - Insulated Front Door by Masonite©
so your home won’t lose excess interior heating and cooling at entry points.

20 - Low-E Windows Silverline by Anderson©
help to keep heat in during winter and out during summer. They also block damaging ultraviolet sunlight that can discolor carpets and furnishings.

21 - Roof Vents
installed along the roof ridge allow proper attic ventilation and reduce the energy necessary to cool the house in the summer.

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