When it comes to a 6 Star home, there is no comparison!
What does this mean for you?
Well, when you choose a Commodore Home, you’re choosing to put your family’s future first with a home that’s built to make the most of your location. The flow on benefits of this mean you are projected to use 24%* less energy to heat and cool throughout the year! And that translates to real savings off your energy bills.
Nothing compares when it comes to building an energy efficient home with Commodore Homes.
Don’t just ask for 6 Stars, demand it!
Commodore Homes is leading the industry in Western Australia by designing and building new homes that guarantee to meet the NatHERS 6 Star energy rating. That’s because at Commodore Homes, we believe in future-proofing your investment – giving you a home that’s efficiently designed and sustainably built.
6 Star homes for 6 Star savings – it’s why we’re putting our energy into energy rated homes.
Here’s another 6 good reasons why you should demand a NatHERS 6 Star home
Uses around 24%* less energy on heating and cooling compared to a 4 or 5 Star home
Reduces artificial cooling/heating
Higher level of energy efficiency
6 Star energy rating as standard
Less impact on the environment by reducing your carbon footprint
In regards to approval methods other than a NatHERS 6 Star rating, the Building Commission stated in 2013 that, “There are other ways of gaining compliance and approval for energy efficiency [such as via VURB] and although these aim to be equivalent to 6 star, this is not always the case. Therefore it is possible for your house to meet the BCA requirements but not be rated 6 star” – Building Commission, 2013. Further, the CSIRO in July 2017 issued a caution against using VURB where NatHERS software is used as the reference guide. In these circumstances, the CSIRO said that it “…may lead to poor comfort and energy performance in the finished dwelling.” – CSIRO, 2017.
*As projected by the Sustainable Energy Association of Australia in their publication ‘Your 6-Star Guide to building an energy efficient home’ (2011), in comparison to a 4 or 5 star home. This publication is presently referred to by the Building Commission (WA) and Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (WA). Also see http://www.vba.vic.gov.au. Images for illustrative purposes only. BC 9769.