2405 Pine St, Philadelphia, PA 19103


HERS Index Score: 53
Living area size:
Building year:
Windows, Doors, Roof:
Green Roof (whole roof)
Energy sources:
Solar system
Water Efficiency:
Water efficient bathroom faucets
Radiant Floor Heat, High Efficiency Furnace & Boiler (AFUE 90%+ )
Walk Score Value:
SHAIR Score Value:
Walkable Community, Public Transportation (less than 2 mi)

Sage Features (eco & smart)

LEED Platinum, HERS Rated, Energy Star registered
Home Energy Rating System (HERS):
HERS 41-60
HERS Rated Score:
Sage Score:
The Sage Score is a measure of a home’s overall features. 95
Livability Categories:
Commute-friendly. Located near public transportation and/or commuting options Commute Friendly
Community. Location consists of improved; commute, walkability, schools and/or amenities Community
Cost Savings. Features which reduce the maintenance & utility costs Cost Savings
Comfort. Has features making the overall livability more desirable such as consistent temperatures and improved air quality. Comfort
Eco-friendly. Has a reduced impact on the environment Eco Friendly
Healthy. Reduced contaminants and/or improved ventilation Healthy
Market resale potential. Has features often equated with a premium resale value Market Resale Potential
Quality. Includes certifications, enhanced building techniques and materials. Quality
Potential Benefits:
Solar system
- Cost Savings of up to $750/year or $15000 over 20yrs on energy costs.
- Eco Benefits with reduced greenhouse gas emissions.

Water efficient bathroom faucets
- Eco Benefits include savings of approximately 20% water use. WaterSense bathroom sink faucets save 30%+ water use.

High Efficiency Furnace & Boiler (AFUE 90%+ )
- Cost Savings of 11% in energy use, or $27/yr in the southern US.

Radiant Floor Heat
- Health Benefits include improved air quality as allergens are not distributed.

Green Roof (whole roof)
- Cost Savings due to conserved energy and increased longevity of roofing membranes.
- Heath Benefits include reduced noise and air pollution.
- Eco Benefits include that up to 100% of stormwater is retained, sewer runoff is reduced, urban heat island effect is reduced, carbon is sequestored, urban biodiversity is increased.


LEED Version: LEED-HOMES v2008
Level: Platinum
Score: 90.5
Date: 2012-10-05
Home Energy Rating System (HERS) Index Score: 53
Date:: January 09, 2012
How does the HERS index work?: This home is 47% more efficient than a standard new home.


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