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Bringing Savings Home: WaterSense Labeled New Homes

Building Certifying Promoting Buying

By now you know you can find products and services for both inside and outside the home that are high performing and water-efficient – just by looking for the WaterSense label. But the water savings don't end there. Now you can bring it all together with a WaterSense labeled new home.

WaterSense labeled new homes are designed to reduce residential water use indoors and out — allowing you and your family to enjoy all the comforts of home while using less water and energy, and spending less money on utility bills. In fact, compared to a typical home, a WaterSense labeled new home can save a family of four 50,000 gallons of water a year or more! That's enough to wash 2,000 loads of laundry and could amount to utility bill savings of up to $600 each year.

Find out more about how you can help bring WaterSense labeled new homes to your community.

  • Building—Learn more about partnering with WaterSense and what goes into building a WaterSense labeled new home.
  • Certifying—Certification provides homeowners with confidence that their home is water-efficient AND high performing.
  • Promoting—Are you a builder or real estate professional looking to set yourself apart in the marketplace? Learn how you can help bring WaterSense labeled new homes to a neighborhood near you.
  • Buying—Enjoy all the comforts of home while saving water, energy, and money on your utility bills!
The WaterSense Blueprint

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Water Savings Just Hit Home!

Dig a little deeper into what goes into building a WaterSense labeled new home. Read the first issue of our quarterly newsletter, The WaterSense Blueprint, to find out more about the benefits of a WaterSense labeled home and the latest in program news. Sign up to have The WaterSense Blueprint and WaterSense news delivered right to your Inbox!

Still want to learn more? Listen to our WaterSense labeled New Homes 101 webinar for even more information on the program and becoming a partner.

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