Built for what's ahead
Built for what's ahead
Welcome to your Energy Series home
Beazer’s Energy Series defines what it means to build ahead of standards and expectations. That’s why the foundation of every home begins ENERGY STAR® certified and Indoor airPLUS qualified. From there, our team is hyper-focused on including premium materials and high-caliber construction processes designed to increase performance and efficiency. As a leader in building quality, energy-efficient homes, our dedication to innovation ensures we’re delivering you a home built for what’s ahead.
It isn’t enough to build for today’s standards — we build homes for tomorrow and beyond. Dare we say, the future? Welcome to your Energy Series home.
Certifications & Recognitions
Energy Series Solar
All of our Beazer Energy Series homes in California, and other select communities across the country, are built to include solar which generates power to help reduce the net energy usage of the home. Owners of our Energy Series SOLAR homes experience the comfort and benefits of our standard Energy Series homes while seeing even lower monthly utility bills due to the offset from solar power generated at home.
Disclaimer: ENERGY STAR® and the ENERGY STAR marks are registered trademarks owned by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. To earn ENERGY STAR certification, a home must meet strict guidelines set by the EPA for energy performance. Each home is certified by an independent third-party inspector. Please visit https://www.energystar.gov/newhomes for details.
Indoor airPLUS is the EPA program for new homes that builds on the ENERGY STAR program to recognize indoor air quality (IAQ) features in a new home. Through this EPA partnership, Beazer has committed to promoting indoor airPLUS qualified homes that provide homeowners with improved IAQ. To earn the indoor airPLUS label, a home must meet strict guidelines set by the EPA for improving IAQ. Just like ENERGY STAR, the home is certified by an independent third-party inspector. Builders employ a variety of construction practices and technologies to improve the IAQ in new homes. construction specifications include moisture and mold control, radon resistant construction (where applicable), pest barriers, effective heating, ventilating and air-conditioning systems, safe combustion, and healthier building materials. Please visit https://www.epa.gov/indoorairplus for details.
DOE Zero Energy Ready Home™ and the DOE Zero Energy Ready Home mark are registered trademarks owned by the U.S. Department of Energy. To earn DOE Zero Energy Ready Home certification, a home must meet strict guidelines set by the DOE for energy performance. Each home is certified by an independent third-party inspector. Please visit https://www.energy.gov/eere/buildings/zero-energy-ready-home-program for details.
Actual energy utility costs and impact of solar offsets will depend on numerous factors, including but not limited to personal utility usage, rates, fees and charges of local energy providers, individual home features, household size, and local climate conditions. Because numerous factors and inputs may affect monthly energy bill costs, buyers should not rely solely or substantially on the utility savings claim in making a decision to purchase any Beazer home. The actual as-built utility cost on any individual Beazer home will be calculated by a RESNET-certified independent energy evaluator based on an on-site inspection and may vary from the as-designed rating shown on the advertisement depending on factors such as changes made to the applicable home plan, different appliances or features, and variation in the location and/or manner in which the home is built. Beazer does not warrant or guarantee any particular level of energy use costs or savings will be achieved. Beazer has no affiliation with RESNET or any other provider mentioned above, all of whom are third parties.
The energy series homes descriptions and information are expressly not made part of any purchase and sale agreement (“PSA”), nor do they give rise to any contractual relationship between you and Beazer. They are intended only to provide a general overview. The PSA will define what is included in your home. Beazer reserves the right to make changes without notice or obligation to features, plans, and specifications. all plans, specifications, features, materials and appliances are subject to availability, change or substitution deemed advisable by Beazer or as required by local building code or law. This information is believed correct at time of publication, and is not intended to create any warranty or contract rights. Availability will vary depending on the community, stage of construction, plan, elevation, and options chosen. Any registered or unregistered trademarks appearing here are the registered or unregistered trademarks of and are owned by their respective owners. Please consult your new home counselor for details.