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Energy Star - Saving Homeowners Money and Energy for 22 Years

First Texas Homes


First Texas Homes is a builder of energy-efficient and sustainable homes throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston areas. An Energy Star partner since 2001, First Texas Homes strives to meet or exceed Energy Star’s rigorous certification standards.

Energy Star awards its certification only to homes and products that meet its criteria for energy efficiency. To date, the organization has certified more than 1.6 million homes and an additional 25,000 buildings. Homeowners benefit from a 15 to 30 percent reduction in their energy costs. The also reap the added benefits that come from improved construction, namely better performing insulation, energy saving windows, and seamlessly tight ducts and vents. Altogether, Energy Star improvements help homeowners keep their homes comfortable while saving them money.

Since the organization’s creation 22 years ago, Energy Star has saved members $362 billion in energy costs and avoided releasing 2.4 billion metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions into the planet’s atmosphere.

First Texas Homes is a builder of energy-efficient and sustainable homes throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston areas. An Energy Star partner since 2001, First Texas Homes strives to meet or exceed Energy Star’s rigorous certification standards.

Energy Star awards its certification only to homes and products that meet its criteria for energy efficiency. To date, the organization has certified more than 1.6 million homes and an additional 25,000 buildings. Homeowners benefit from a 15 to 30 percent reduction in their energy costs. The also reap the added benefits that come from improved construction, namely better performing insulation, energy saving windows, and seamlessly tight ducts and vents. Altogether, Energy Star improvements help homeowners keep their homes comfortable while saving them money.
Since the organization’s creation 22 years ago, Energy Star has saved members $362 billion in energy costs and avoided releasing 2.4 billion metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions into the planet’s atmosphere.

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