Maryville, TN — Clayton Homes recently participated in The Tennessee Valley Authority’s (TVA’s) ENERGY STAR® Manufactured Homes pilot program. The initiative was launched to encourage the manufactured housing industry to produce more energy-efficient homes and consumers to upgrade to ENERGY STAR® qualification. The pilot program received honorable mention by the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy.* By participating in this and other green practices, Clayton Homes has made a greater impact on conservation efforts and is delivering more affordable, energy-efficient homes American families.
“We’re making strides in our effort to deliver more energy-efficient manufactured homes,” said Kevin Clayton, CEO of Clayton Homes. “One of our core values is to take care of the environment and communities we live in, and we’re dedicated to delivering on that value.”
By promoting company-wide green practices, Clayton Homes shares bulk purchasing discounts to make energy efficient homes available to consumers at a great value. The ENERGY STAR® upgrade available through Clayton Home includes features like more effective insulation, high-performance windows, tighter air ducts, and advanced heating and cooling systems. Choosing an energy-efficient home means choosing a more comfortable and quieter home, and investing in your future. To learn more, visit claytonhomes.com.
About Clayton Homes
Clayton Homes has built more than 1.5 million homes since 1956, winning multiple awards for design and construction. Through its affiliates and family of brands, Clayton Homes builds, sells, finances, leases, and insures manufactured and modular homes, as well as commercial and educational buildings. As the one of America’s largest homebuilders, Clayton Homes is a vertically integrated Berkshire Hathaway company whose purpose is opening doors to a better life, one home at a time.
*Honorable mention for the ENERGY STAR Pilot Program for Manufactured Homes (Tennessee Valley Authority), 2013.