The Future of Housing—Today

Only a select group of the top builders in the country meet the extraordinary levels of excellence and quality specified by U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) guidelines. Revive’s green and standard features include:

  • Geothermal, cooling and hot water
  • Solar voltaic standard
  • WatersenseTM brush-chrome faucets
  • Indoor Air PlusTM ventilation
  • Comfort PlusTM
  • 5-panel doors
  • Open floor plans with main floor masters
  • Outdoor entertainment spaces, orchards, community gardens and parks


Lives better.

Healthful Environment
Every Revive DOE Zero Energy Ready Home has a comprehensive package of features that minimize dangerous pollutants, provide continuous fresh air and effectively filter the air you breathe.

Comfort Plus
Superior insulation, windows, air sealing and space conditioning systems included in every Revive DOE Zero Energy Ready Home surround you with even temperatures, low-humidity, and quiet in every room on every floor.


Works better.

Advanced Technology
Every Revive DOE Zero Energy Ready Home begins with solid building science specified by ENERGY STAR for Homes, and then adds advanced technologies and practices from DOE’s world class research program, Building America.

Ultra Efficient
Compared to a typical home, an ultra-efficient Revive Zero Energy Ready Home is inexpensive to own. In fact, every Revive DOE Zero Energy Ready Home is so energy efficient, a small solar electric system can easily offset most, or all, of your annual energy consumption. We call this Zero Net-Energy Ready.


Lasts better.

Quality Built
Advanced construction practices and technologies are specified for every Revive DOE Zero Energy Ready Home. Then they are enforced by independent verifiers with detailed checklists and prescribed diagnostics

The advanced levels of energy savings, comfort, health, durability, quality and future performance in every Revive DOE Zero Energy Ready Home provide value that will stand the test of time, and will meet and exceed forthcoming code requirements.


LEARN MORE AT: buildings.energy.gov/zero