Case Studies

Energy Smart Home Plans is pleased to be able to take part in detailed and exhaustive U.S. Department of Energy Case Studies. The “proof is in the pudding,” as they say. Third party verification of real-life performance is invaluable and we think you’ll agree! There is good reason we are the only residential design firm named a Research Partner by the U.S. Department of Energy.

Listed below are the actual case studies: 

 

plan-image-2-case-studyLeland, North Carolina:

Building America partners Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Energy Smart Home Plans and Florida H.E.R.O. recently worked with North Carolina-based builder Heritage Buildings, Inc., to make the conversion to (Read More) . . . 


 

Cape Coral, Florida:

Ravenwood Homes built its first high-performance home in southwestern Florida in 2011. A Building America design team consisting of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Energy Smart Home Plans, LLC, and Florida HERO assisted him in designing and building a home that ultimately achieved a HERS of 15. (Read More) . . .


 

Gainesville, Florida:

G.W. Robinson was founded in 1968 and has been building energy-efficient homes since 2001 when it first began working with DOE to build homes to BA’s Builders Challenge requirements; it was recognized by DOE in 2007 for its efforts as a leader and pioneer of high-performance building in Florida. (Read More) . . .


 

Gainesville, Florida:

Tommy Williams Homes built their first Net-Zero Energy homes in 2010. Both the Clearwater and Jordan Models were recognized by the DOE and the BA’s Builders Challenger as a success. (Read More) . . .