Haskell Homes is a Qualified Energy Star Partner

As an Energy Star Partner, Haskell Homes builds 100% of our homes to meet and exceed state standards to have your home as energy efficient as possible including upgrades in heating and cooling systems, windows, insulation, lighting and appliances — without an additional upgrade cost.

Haskell Homes researches new products and technology to integrate into our homes. We pride ourselves on exceptional customer service and work carefully to ensure a high level of quality craftsmanship in each of our homes.

Tuscan Hills is located less than five minutes from the Bluff Street I-15 exit, across the street from the Tonaquint Tennis Courts and Parks.

ENERGY STAR Benefits for Homeowners


Home buying is complex enough without having to know all the details of energy-efficient construction. Instead, look for the government-backed ENERGY STAR label to easily identify homes that are truly energy efficient. Find the house of your dreams and enjoy peace of mind knowing that it also meets strict energy efficiency guidelines.


Compared with standard homes, ENERGY STAR qualified homes use substantially less energy for heating, cooling, and water heating-delivering $200 to $400 in annual savings. Over the average 7 to 8 years you may live in your home, this adds up to thousands of dollars saved on utility bills. Additional savings on maintenance can also be substantial. Financing your home purchase using an energy efficient mortgage can also lead to savings.


Properly installed energy-efficient improvements deliver better protection against cold, heat, drafts, moisture, pollution, and noise. An energy-efficient home helps ensure consistent temperatures between and across rooms, improved indoor air quality, and greater durability.


To date, close to 3,500 home builders have partnered with EPA to construct more than 750,000 ENERGY STAR qualified homes. By the end of the decade, more than 2 million homes are expected to earn the ENERGY STAR. The trend is clear. By choosing a home with the ENERGY STAR label, you can be confident that it will have an increasingly valued feature when the time comes to sell.


Did you know that your home can be a greater source of pollution than your car? In fact, 16 percent of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions are generated from the energy used in houses nationwide.

Energy used in our homes often comes from the burning of fossil fuels at power plants, which contributes to smog, acid rain, and global warming. Simply put, the less energy we use in our homes, the less air pollution we generate.

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