DOE Tour of Zero: Cobbler Lane by Addison Homes

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“While our power bill is lower, our comfort, our well-being, and our quality of life are all much, much higher.”

DOE Tour of Zero: Cobbler Lane by Addison Homes: Greer, SC; addison-homes.com. 4,530 square feet, HERS score 41, $150 average monthly energy bill, $1,600 annual savings, $67,000 saved in the first 30 years.
Key features list: High-performance insulation system for enhanced quiet and comfort, comprehensive draft protection, fresh air system for cleaner indoor air, high-efficiency comfort system, energy-efficient appliances and advanced lighting technology for
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“Living in a certified Zero Energy Ready Home has exceeded our expectations for energy efficiency, air quality, and comfort – plus, it’s a lovely place we are happy to call home! Our utility bills are significantly lower than before, even though we have 44% more space. In fact, while our old 2,500-square-foot house was on the market – and vacant – the electric bill was 20% higher than what we paid at the same time in our new – and occupied – 4,500-square-foot home. Isn’t that remarkable? So while our power bill is lower, our comfort, our well-being, and our quality of life are all much, much higher.”

– Homeowner

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DOE Tour of Zero: Cobbler Lane by Addison Homes floorplans.