Are you a homeowner with a complaint about an ENERGY STAR certified home?
ENERGY STAR certified homes undergo a process of independent inspections and testing to ensure that they meet strict requirements set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). In cases where a homeowner has concerns about the ENERGY STAR certification of their home, the first and best option is to attempt a resolution directly with the home builder (typically through the builder’s home warranty process). If unsuccessful, a homeowner can request a Certification Review (CR) for their home, subject to the eligibility criteria below. The purpose of Certification Review is to determine if a home should maintain its ENERGY STAR certification or if the certification must be withdrawn based on a review of the home’s current physical state. Please review EPA’s
policies for Certification Review. Please confirm that your case meets each of the following conditions:
Have you acquired any legal counsel regarding these issues?
Have you had any additional professional evaluation of your home subsequent to the completion and original Home Energy Rating? If so, please attach that documentation. (Include optional attachment field)
Have you contacted the RESNET Accredited Provider?
The information contained here is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge. I understand that RESNET does not represent individuals in matters involving private disputes. I am, however, filing this complaint to notify RESNET of the activities of this party.