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Super Good Cents / Natural Choice Program

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WSUWashington State University Manufactured Housing Program

Roughly eighty percent of new HUD code manufactured homes built and sited in the Pacific Northwest are constructed to the Super Good Cents or Natural Choice energy efficiency standards. These homes use 30-50% less energy for space heating than homes built to the minimum national standard for this housing type. The Super Good Cents and Natural Choice Manufactured Housing Project provides marketing and technical assistance to participating home manufacturers and dealers.


WSUWSU Energy House

This 2,600-sq. ft., triple-section home built by Moduline Industries, a division of Champion Enterprises, was sited in early 1997 in Olympia, WA. The WSU Energy House demonstrates cost-effective technologies for the U.S. Department of Energy's Building America Industrialized Housing Partnership (BAIHP).



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Tour of NIST Manufactured Research House (PPT 1642kB)
Efficient Manufactured Housing Brochure
(PDF 331kB)
Home Ventilation Brochure (PDF 300kB)
Quality Control for Manufactured Housing in the Northwest (MSWord 12kB)

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