Energy Star
Energy Star While other builders boast energy-efficient construction, few are actually ENERGY STAR certified. Earning this respected designation means more than just installing a high efficiency dishwasher in a kitchen or using compact fluorescent light bulbs.
Higher Energy Performance - Lower Utility Bills
  • Annual savings of up to 30% on utility bills
  • Whole-house energy efficient technologies
    that are independently tested and verified
  • Wall-to-wall comfort with consistent temperatures
    across every room
  • Peace of mind knowing your home is built
    to the EPA’s stringent guidelines

McKee homes achieve this level of performance through a combination of energy-efficient
enhancements, including:

  • Optimized insulation systems
  • High-performance windows
  • Tightly sealed construction 
  • Leak-proof ductwork
  • Advanced heating and cooling equipment 
  • ENERGY STAR certified lighting and appliances
...and much more!

For complete details about the ENERGY STAR program,

Quality that's EPA-approved

To ensure that your home meets the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) stringent ENERGY STAR standards, third-party verification by a certified Home Energy Rater (or equivalent) is required.

The Rater works closely with McKee Builders throughout the entire construction process to help determine requisite energy-saving equipment and construction techniques, while conducting on–site diagnostic testing and inspections to document that the home is eligible to earn ENERGY STAR certification.

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