Energy To Do It Right

Not too many builders can claim that 100% of the homes they build are independently tested and rated by a nationally-certified professional energy specialist.  We can.

 
 

 

The Residential Energy Services Network (RESNET) Home Energy Rating System (HERS) Index is the industry standard in energy efficiency by which every Keller Home is measured.  The lower a home rates, the more energy efficient it is. In 2016, the average Keller Home rating is 62 on the HERS Index, meaning it is 52% more efficient than the typical resale home and 27% more efficient than a standard new home as estimated by the US Department of Energy.  We're proud to reveal exactly how we build a home, so that you can shop the competition clearly knowing the choices you have available. For us, being energy efficient isn't just a trend, it's necessary.

 
 

BUILDING SCIENCE

Building a better quality home also means building a more energy efficient home. It's nice to know that you have a solid investment in the long run, but also a penny-wise partner every day of the year. 

It's obvious that an energy efficient home will save you money on your utility bills.  But the advantages continue, with better comfort, healthier indoor air, and overall superior durability.  How do we make your home more comfortable and enjoyable to live in now, and for the future?   A few simple, yet thoughtful installations can make all the difference in how your home treats you on a daily basis.