The Old World is Ready for a New World Housing Solution

What ultimately dictates how green a home can be is measured by technical structural performance and how much energy and natural resources are required to provide a safe and comfortable environment. A New World Home can reduce overall energy consumption by more than 50% (minimum), save thousands of gallons of water per year and provide superior indoor air quality when compared to a typical code-built house.

A New World Home is able to achieve the highest levels of certification by utilizing a proprietary “whole-systems approach” to home construction. Well thought out design, a strong project team, world class brand partners and various construction techniques are all integral to building this next generation housing solution.

New World Home is an active participant in the Passive House program developed by the Passive House Institute, the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) LEED® for Homes Rating System and the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) National Green Building Standard. New World Home is an award winning producer of sustainable housing earning the 2009 NAHB EVHA Factory Built House of the Year, 2009 HBA OB IE, 2009 EarthCraft House Project of the Year and 2010 NAHB Green Project of the Year,  all without relying on renewable energy sources (e.g., solar panels, wind turbines, geothermal systems, etc) to qualify for certification.

New World Home is closely affiliated with the leading national industry certification programs working to measure home energy and environmental performance. Several green milestones have been achieved to date including USGBC LEED for Homes Platinum, NAHB Emerald and EarthCraft Gold.