ENERGY STAR® Revision 9

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Now is the time to make sure you are utilizing the Revision 9 checklists. Per ENERGY STAR compliance requirements, any home permitted after January 1st, 2019 must comply with all Revision 9 programmatic changes.

Colorado Housing Market Forecast – April, 2019

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Denver housing permits didn’t “pop” as we might have hoped to start the favorable spring construction season, as the City approved just 764 single-family permits in March, little changed when compared to the first two months of the year. This means the permit total is down 27.5% year-over-year (from 1,054 in March 2018).

Colorado Housing Market Forecast – March, 2019

Colorado Housing Market Forecast - March 2019

Denver single-family permits are trending down, totaling 1,024 in August and 858 in September. However, despite underperforming the forecast, the decline appears to be seasonal, with the permit totals little changed from one year ago (1,007 in 08-2017 and 902 in 09-2017).

2018 EnergyLogic Year in Review

2018 EnergyLogic Year in Review

Does getting older mean that time goes by faster? Well that seems to be the case as I reflect on 2018. Last year was very successful for EnergyLogic and our building partners.

Excellence in Housing – NHQA

Excellence in Housing NHQA

National Housing Quality Award (NHQA) is the “gold standard” for recognizing exceptional, results-driven performance of a home building operation, from strategic planning, financial reporting, and management to construction quality, trade relations, human resources and customer satisfaction.

Builder Incentive Program Updates

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We now want to inform you about changes in the Colorado Springs Utilities (CSU) Builder Incentive Program. In 2018 the CSU program began by offering a $350 incentive payment for homes that received a 70 on the RESNET Home Energy Rating System (HERS) Index scoring system.