USGBC Membership Logoopens IMAGE file The LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Building Rating System is a voluntary, consensus-based national standard for developing high-performance, sustainable buildings. Members of the U.S. Green Building Council representing all segments of the building industry developed LEED and continue to contribute to its evolution.

LEED for Homes certification is only available to new construction residential buildings (single family, town homes and apartments) or complete gut rebuild projects.  Homeowners interested in green renovations who will not be undertaking a complete rebuild should review the USGBC’s REGREEN Program or Green Home Guide for advice.

The Center for EcoTechnology is proud to be a local LEED for Homes certification provider in western Massachusetts and surrounding regions. If you would like your next residential project to be certified, please contact us.

Get your Residential Project LEED Certified by CET

Step 1 – Review the opens in a new windowLEED for Homes rating system 

Step 2 – Call our Project Coordinator at 413-586-7350 x242 and get a fee proposal for your project. Our Project Coordinator can schedule a feasibility meeting with you to review LEED for Homes pre-requisites, the certification process and CET’s fees.

Step 3 – Sign an agreement to hire CET and start working on a preliminary rating with your Green Home Rater.

Step 4 – Inspections throughout construction.

Step 5 – Review documentation and certify!

Leadership in Green Building

The Center for EcoTechnology has been certifying LEED Homes since the first LEED for Homes pilot began in 2005.  Our seasoned and experienced staff have worked on LEED certification and Home Energy Ratings with custom single family homes, non-profit developers, green subdivisions and multi-family projects.

We have been part of the team for some amazing zero-net energy homes:

And many great projects featured in local and national publications: