Newmark Energy Advantage

Our Newmark Energy Advantage qualified homes are available in all Houston communities and are independently verified by a third-party Home Energy Rater to ensure they meet efficiency guidelines.

Newmark Homes customers will also receive a 2-year membership with Energy Ogre, a technology company that pairs customers with the best energy plan from retail providers! With that partnership, our customers gain access to better electricity rates AND educational energy management data on their own homes.

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Spray Foam Insulation

Making the Difference in Energy Efficiency

Air leakage is the largest source of energy loss in a home. Our spray foam insulation blocks air leakage in unknown places at all times, and also blocks radiant heat from the roof deck.

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Get peace of mind with an energy guarantee

Your Energy Limited Guarantee covers energy usage related to heating, cooling, water hearing, appliances, and lighting. Benefits of owning one of our Newmark Energy Advantage Homes include: Energy Ogre Mascot holding lightbulb

 

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2 Years of Energy Ogre - Free!

Did you know that 90% of Texans overpay for electricity? Don't be one of them. Start off on the right foot with an electricity plan tailored to your new home with Energy Ogre and Newmark Homes. Learn more!

How Does Energy Ogre Work?
Ecovaluation Plan Review A process of evaluating the energy, environmental and economic impact of the construction of a new home.
   
Tight Construction Special framing techniques such as continuous air barrier and air sealing of penetrations help reduce internal leaks and drafts.
   
Improved Thermal Systems Enhanced insulation techniques help to minimize voids and gaps, and higher thermal properties (R-value) add to energy efficiency.
   
Sealed Ducts Air sealing supply and return duct connections can help reduce internal leaks.
   
Low-E Windows Low "emissivity" windows have protective coatings to help keep heat in during winter and out during summer.
   
Right-sized HVAC "Right-sized" heating and coolings systems and sealed air ducts help equipment work efficiently. "Right-sized" refers to the process of determining which HVAC system should be used in any particular structure.
   
Internal Moisture Management Vents, pressure balancing, and fresh air ventilation work to reduce moisture in multiple ways.
   
Fresh Air Ventilation Fresh air ventilation systems deliver filtered fresh air at a minimum rate of 7.5 cubic feet per minute per person plus .01 cubic feet per minute per square foot of conditioned area, to help reduce dust, odors and indoor contaminants.
   
Combustion Safety Combustion appliances in conditioned spaces are sealed or power-vented to help avoid build-up of carbon monoxide, and vent-free fireplaces are not allowed. Carbon monoxide detectors are required in all homes.
   
Air Pressure Balancing Balanced air pressure throughout the home results in more even temperatures and reduces the potential for condensation build-up.
   
Testing Protocol Program testing requirements for air tightness, duct tightness, and pressure balancing.
   
Limited Heating and Cooling Energy Use Guarantee  Relates to the amount of energy required to heat and cool your home.
   
Limited Comfort Guarantee Relates to your ability to maintain an even temperature throughout your house.

 

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