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Buying Your WaterSense Labeled New Home

Buying a new home is an investment for you and your family's future. But when you buy a WaterSense labeled home, you're also investing in the future of your community and the planet. WaterSense makes it easy for buyers to identify new homes that save water and energy. WaterSense labeled new homes are independently inspected and certified to use less water while still providing all the comfort and convenience you expect from a new home.

What Is a WaterSense Labeled New Home?

Homes that earn the WaterSense label feature WaterSense labeled plumbing fixtures, efficient hot water delivery, smart landscape design, and many other features to ensure that the home will save water for years to come. When compared to a traditional home, a WaterSense labeled new home can help a family of four save:

  • 50,000 gallons of water per year—that's the equivalent of the water used to wash 2,000 loads of laundry
  • As much as $600 per year on utility costs

Learn more about the benefits of owning a WaterSense labeled new home (PDF) (2 pp, 963K, About PDF) or a WaterSense labeled unit in a multi-family building (PDF) (2 pp, 963K, About PDF).

Who's Building in Your State?

WaterSense labeled new homes are popping up all across the country. Saving water, energy, and money makes sense wherever you might live—whether your region has recently experienced a drought or is flush with lakes and streams. Find a WaterSense builder partner in your state. And check out a few of the homes below that have been built to date!

Learn more about these WaterSense labeled New Homes!

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