Utah’s actual green builder.

At Garbett we're constantly innovating and improving so we can build you the best home at a competitive price. We use state of the art building techniques that improve the performance of your home, saving you money and ensuring you're buying a home with the latest in building technology. Here's how we're innovating.

From solar panels to increased insulation, our new homes contain the latest in energy efficient building practices. We build homes that are twice as efficient as the typical new home. This means that you pay less on your utility bills and save up to 60% on your monthly energy bill.

Garbett is proud to be Utah's premiere Zero Energy Ready Home builder. So what is a Zero Energy Ready Home? A Zero Energy Ready Home is a high-performance home so energy efficient, all or most annual energy consumption can be offset with renewable energy. In other words, it is the Home of the Future. To learn more about ZERHs click HERE.

The HERS Index is a measurement of a home’s energy efficiency and there are a lot of great reasons why you should have a home energy rating performed on your house.

A HERS Index Score can tell you so much about a home you are thinking of buying. Heating, cooling and water heating constitute the largest cost of homeownership outside of the mortgage loan. The HERS Index Score will tell you how well the home performs energy-wise. The HERS Report will outline the energy features of the home and the expected cost of utility bills.

  1. This home is 30% less energy efficient than the RESNET Reference Home standard, which is equivalent to home building standards prevalent in 2006. Watch out for draftier rooms and higher utility bills than in a newly constructed home.

  2. This home meets the RESNET Reference Home standard, which is equivalent to home building standards prevalent in 2006. But there are many energy improvements you could make to cut your utility bills and increase home comfort.

  3. A great score! This home is 45% more energy efficient compared to the home building standards prevalent in 2006 and 85% more efficient than the typical resale home!

  4. A Net Zero Energy Home! It produces as much energy as it consumes through renewable resources, resulting in a cost-effective and environmentally friendly home.

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