SunTerra’s unique combination of energy efficient and passive solar design specialties earned SunTerra Homes numerous national and local awards.
NATIONAL ENERGY AWARD
Energy efficient design concepts won SunTerra the prestigious national award for energy innovation from the US Department of Energy. The SunTerra system was chosen because it offers a very high level of cost effective energy savings along with superior living comfort.
Department of Energy judges recognized the SunTerra home because it incorporates features such as special design and site orientation to control indoor temperature. The home also incorporates innovative insulation value, as well as energy efficient heating, cooling, lighting and appliances.
NATIONAL SILVER ENERGY VALUE HOUSING AWARD
from the National Association of Home Builders in partnership with the United States Department of Energy. SunTerra Homes Inc. earned a Silver Award in the Cold Climate Custom Home category of the EVHA, which honors builders nationwide who voluntarily integrate energy and resource efficiency into the design, construction and marketing of new houses. One builder selected annually in each category.
It is sponsored by the National Association of Home Builders Research Center, National Renewable Energy Laboratory and the United States Department of Energy.
Company president and home designer Jim Chauncey said the award is welcome recognition of the work SunTerra has accomplished.
CUSTOM HOME GREEN BUILDER OF THE YEAR AWARD
from the National Association of Home Builders and the Green Building Conference.
NATIONAL GOLD ENERGY VALUE OF HOUSING AWARD
from the National Association of Home Builders Research Center and the US Department of Energy.
GREEN BUILDER OF THE YEAR AWARD
from the Central Oregon Association of Home Builders. This award from SunTerra’s peers was presented to them at the second annual Central Oregon Home Builders Association’s awards gala night.
CENTRAL OREGON TOUR OF HOMES GREEN AWARD
for the best home under $600,000 demonstrating energy efficiency and green building features. Central Oregon Home Builder’s Association presented over 60 homes on tour for public display.
“Our ‘total-concept’ approach seeks to enhance living comfort through every one of our energy saving features. We present to you the valuable achievements we have received by designing and building homes over the last forty-three years in the Northwest Region; where long winters provide a rigorous test.
Our ongoing commitment is to research and evaluate new products and construction techniques used in the design and construction of our clients’ homes that surpass their expectations for today and provide more security for their futures.”