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Charles Thomas Homes of Omaha Wins U.S. Department of Energy’s Housing Innovation Award, EPA’s Indoor airPLUS Award

Charles Thomas Homes of Omaha Wins U.S. Department of Energy’s Housing Innovation Award, EPA’s Indoor airPLUS Award

Charles Thomas Homes of Omaha is pleased to announce they were recently named a winner of the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Zero Energy Ready Home (ZERH) Housing Innovation Award. These awards recognize the very best in innovation on the path to zero energy ready homes. DOE Zero Energy Ready Home (ZERH) Housing Innovation Award Winners are selected for each of four categories: custom, production, multifamily, and affordable homes. Zero Energy Ready Homes are so energy efficient a renewable energy system can offset all or most of their annual energy consumption.

Charles Thomas Homes was also recently awarded the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Indoor airPLUS award in the small builder category. Indoor airPLUS labeled homes are designed and built to help protect families from indoor air pollution. A committed Indoor airPLUS Partner, Charles Thomas Homes showcases Indoor airPLUS in their model homes and uses this opportunity to show consumers behind-the-wall features and benefits because, as their motto states, “what you can’t see matters”.

Charles Thomas Homes, owned and operated by Tim Lowndes, takes pride in building custom homes to the highest standard of a High Performance New Home. Their homes carry the government-backed ENERGY STAR qualified label, EPA’s Indoor airPLUS label and the Department of Energy’s Zero Energy Ready Standard. In addition, they back their homes with an industry-leading two-year builders warranty and a 10-year structural warranty. That means that each of their homes are independently inspected and verified to be truly energy, water and resource efficient. Charles Thomas Homes is the leader in the region for building comfortable, sustainable, ultra-efficient, healthy homes.

For more information, please visit www.CharlesThomasHomes.com or call (402) 306-0065.