Brighton Homes

Meridian, Idaho 83642


Builder: Lars Hansen

New Construction Stats

  Total Building Permits Median New Home Price Price Range of Homes Sold
2019 (Brighton Studios) 103 $374,585 $336,980  to  $481,000
2019 112 $449,900 $285,000  to  $749,900
2018 (Brighton Studios) 24 $356,047 $336,505  to  $436,916
2018 176 $421,102 $296,227  to  $707,968
2017 189 $381,923 $268,797  to  $624,547
*source Intermountain MLS; Contruction Monitor

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An eco-friendly home adds confidence. Brighton Homes has been leading the ranks of Treasure Valley builders by delivering Energy Star certified homes since 2009. This certification ensures that every Brighton home is a smart investment, providing comfort, efficiency and long-term value for our clients. Overall, the Energy Star qualification process reflects not only our commitment to the environment, but a standard you can trust.

Idaho Energy Star Partner
To earn the ENERGY STAR, a home must meet guidelines for energy efficiency set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
These homes are at least 15% more energy efficient than homes built to the 2004 International Residential Code (IRC), and include additional energy-saving features that typically make them 20–30% more efficient than standard homes.

Brighton Homes ENERGY STAR qualified homes include a variety of 'tried-and-true' energy-efficient features that contribute to improved home quality and homeowner comfort, and to lower energy demand and reduced air pollution:

1. Effective Insulation

Properly installed and inspected insulation in floors, walls, and attics ensures even temperatures throughout the house, reduced energy use, and increased comfort. Learn more about Properly Installed Insulation.

2. High-Performance Windows

Energy-efficient windows employ advanced technologies, such as protective coatings and improved frames, to help keep heat in during winter and out during summer. These windows also block damaging ultraviolet sunlight that can discolor carpets and furnishings. Learn more about Qualified Windows

3. Tight Construction and Ducts

Sealing holes and cracks in the home's "envelope" and in heating and cooling duct systems helps reduce drafts, moisture, dust, pollen, and noise. A tightly sealed home improves comfort and indoor air quality while reducing utility and maintenance. Learn more about Efficient Duct Systems

4. Efficient Heating and Cooling Equipment

In addition to using less energy to operate, energy-efficient heating and cooling systems can be quieter, reduce indoor humidity, and improve the overall comfort of the home. When properly installed into a tightly sealed home, this equipment won't have to work so hard to heat and cool the home. Learn more about:

  • Qualified Heating Equipment
  • Qualified Cooling Equipment
  • Mechanical Ventilation

5. Efficient Products

ENERGY STAR qualified homes may also be equipped with ENERGY STAR qualified products — lighting fixtures, compact fluorescent bulbs, ventilation fans, and appliances, such as refrigerators, dishwashers, and washing machines. Learn more about ENERGY STAR qualified products:

  • Qualified Appliances
  • Qualified Lighting
  • Advanced Lighting Package
  • High Efficiency Water Heaters

6. Third-Party Verification

With the help of independent Home Energy Raters, ENERGY STAR builder partners choose the most appropriate energy-saving features for their homes. Additionally, raters conduct onsite testing and inspections to verify the energy efficiency measures, as well as insulation, air tightness, and duct sealing details. Learn more about Independent Inspection and Testing.