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The more energy-efficient your new home is, the less it will cost to operate and maintain.
The money you save in energy bills will add up to a significant amount over the life of your new home.
To learn more about energy-efficient home construction, visit the Building & Remodeling section at Alliant Energy's PowerHouse: Home Comfort Tips site. You'll learn how the foundation, framework, roof, windows and even the garage work together to create a whole-house energy-saving system.
If you’re interested in helping the environment even more, consider some of the earth-friendly alternative building techniques available. Your new home could be built with recycled or renewable materials that promise even more energy savings.
Cash in with money-saving incentives
If you're an Alliant Energy customer in Iowa or Wisconsin, be sure to check out the great incentives on new home construction - you can earn thousands in cash back when you build in energy efficiency from the ground up.
Find an energy-smart builder
Find an energy-smart builder or contractor by using our Dealer Locator. These professionals participate in Alliant Energy's energy-efficiency program. They'll help you choose the right design and materials for your new home, and they'll make energy efficiency a top priority.