WaterSense labeled homes allow families to enjoy all the comforts of home while using less water and energy and spending less money on utility bills. Compared to a typical home, on average, a WaterSense labeled home can save a family 50,000 gallons of water a year or more!
WaterSense Labeled Homes Introductory Guide (8 pp, 1.02 MB, About PDF)
Find out more about how you can help bring WaterSense labeled homes to your community.
- WaterSense Labeled Homes: Read up on the basics and benefits of building a home that is efficient indoors and outdoors.
- Homes Specification: Review the current version of the specification to find out what is required to certify a WaterSense labeled home.
- Homes Certification: Certification provides homeowners with confidence that their home is water-efficient AND high performing. Learn more about the roles Home Certification Organizations (HCOs) and Verifiers play in the program.
- Buying & Selling: Are you a builder or real estate professional looking to set yourself apart in the marketplace? Learn how you can leverage the benefits of WaterSense labeled homes to set you apart.
- Water Budget Tool: While no longer required for WaterSense labeled homes, builders and landscape professionals can use the WaterSense Water Budget Tool to help plan a home’s water-efficient landscape.
- Tools & Resources: Check out the resources EPA provides to help build and maintain water-efficient homes.
Check out the WaterSense Labeled Homes Save Water and Energy infographic to see how WaterSense labeled homes offer a whole-house building solution for the efficiency, convenience, and performance of a home's water use.