The Little House on Elmington is a "LEED Platinum Certified home." This case study compares the home built to LEED Platinum specifications to the same home if it were built conventionally. Annual Energy Savings: 36% Annual Cost Savings: $392
E3 Home Performance package including air sealing, duct sealing, and additional blown-in cellulose insulation. Energy Savings: 33% Annual Cost Savings: $634 Services: Duct Seal Market: Existing Home Location: Nashville
Comprehensive air sealing package reduced air infiltration by 53%. Energy Savings: 20% Annual Cost Savings: $533 Pounds of Coal Saved Annually: 5,050 Services: Duct Seal Market: Existing Home Location: East Nashville
ENERGY STAR Qualified by E3 INNOVATE and featured in the 2011 Parade of Homes Tour. This case study compares the home as built to ENERGY STAR specifications to the same home built to basic code requirements. Annual Energy Savings: 16,701 kWh Annual Cost Savings: $706
"Certified LEED for Homes Platinum," this case study showcases the difference between a home built to standard energy code and LEED Platinum specifications. Energy Use Reduction: 36% Annual Cost Savings: $759 Pounds of Coal Saved Annually: 7,265
An ENERGY STAR certified structure, this multi-family apartment building is designed to be as energy efficient as possible while providing an ultra-comfortable living space for the residents.
This multi-family structure features energy-saving measures such as mini split HVAC systems, tankless water heaters, energy recovery ventilators, spray foam insulation and comprehensive air sealing. Case study compares the actual build with the same structure built to standard code.