Fulton Homes

Fulton Accepts WaterSense Builder Partner of the Year Award

Oct. 10, 2022
The award was presented at the WaterSmart Innovations Conference and Expo in Las Vegas.
Fulton Homes

PHOENIX, AZ — Fulton Homes, the largest family-owned and operated homebuilder in Arizona for over 45 years, was recognized today as a 2022 WaterSense Builder Partner of the Year by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

This is the third consecutive year that Fulton has been honored across three separate categories for its commitment to sustainability and smart design in the built environment, earning the company the aforementioned WaterSense Builder Partner of the Year, along with the 2022 Indoor airPLUS Leader and 2022 Energy Star Partner of the Year for Sustained Excellence.

Adam Strube, Construction Manager of Fulton Homes, accepted the most recent award on the company’s behalf during the WaterSmart Innovations Conference and Exposition in Las Vegas on October 6.

“It’s more than just the logistics of a label on the products we source or the systems we install in our homes,” said Dennis Webb, Fulton Homes vice president of operations. “We work hard to reduce each home’s impact on the environment and to ensure that we maintain a high standard of quality. Joining a cohort of manufacturers and builders hand selected by the EPA is the highest honor we can receive.”

Fulton also accepted the Indoor airPLUS Leader Award at the annual EEBA High Performance Home Summit, on September 21, a recognition given to just one builder each year. Homes that are labeled with the Indoor airPLUS designation can help reduce the likelihood of common and serious health problems, such as disease transmission, heart disease, cancer, asthma, allergies, respiratory issues, and headaches. For more information on this year's airPLUS Leader winners visit: https://www.epa.gov/indoorairplus/indoor-airplus-leader-award-winners.

In addition to the WaterSense and Indoor airPLUS awards, Fulton was named 2022 Energy Star Partner of the year for Sustained Excellence again, for the eighth consecutive year. To be certified as ENERGY STAR, a builder must meet strict energy performance standards set by EPA. Certification is given on an annual basis and builders must maintain their high performance to be certified year to year. A complete list of 2022 winners can be found here.

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