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    Every new Ryan home is built to exceed industry standards for energy efficiency, and we incorporate several components and building techniques of our own, beyond the EPA's requirements. According to the EPA, new homes are typically up to 30% more efficient than older homes, which translates into significant savings for you on monthly utility costs. On our Ryan Homes Reviews site, you can read more about how Ryan Homes owners have benefitted from these savings.

    To illustrate each new Ryan home's efficiency compared to standard new homes and older, resale homes, and to help you see the projected cost savings, Ryan Homes uses the industry benchmark Home Energy Rating System (HERS) Index.

    For more energy savings tips and how to get even more energy savings, visit our Living Green section on the Ryan Homes blog, Bedrooms to Backyards or check out our Ryan Homes energy savings infographic to learn more about how you can save.

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    The information provided herein is based upon assumptions and information provided by reputable sources, including the National Weather Service (average heating and cooling usage in relevant reference cities), the US Energy Information Service (annual electric utility data) and the Department of Energy (relative energy efficiencies of prevailing building codes) as well as private entities such as RESNET (HERS rating methodology) which are not affiliated with NVR. The estimated energy costs and savings take into account typical usage and costs at a given point in time for a specific model of home in a specific location. Actual savings will vary and will depend on many variable factors and a change in any of these variables or assumptions could result in reduced cost savings or higher energy costs. Such variables include, but are not limited to, homeowner behavior, actual utility usage and consumption, the fluctuating cost of energy, actual weather conditions, and home and equipment maintenance over time. Ryan Homes does not guarantee or warrant actual energy costs or cost savings.

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