A LEED-certified home is designed and constructed in
accordance with the rigorous guidelines of the LEED for Homes green
building certification program. LEED for Homes is a consensus-developed,
third party-verified, voluntary rating system which promotes the design
construction of high-performance green homes. Legal disclaimer.
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LEED for Homes Rating System
(Released January 2008)
LEED for Homes Rating System (PDF)
The Rating System lists intents and requirements for each credit and includes the Project Checklist.
LEED for Homes Project Checklist (XLS)
The Checklist helps project teams track their credits against requirements for certification.
LEED for Homes Rating System Errata (PDF)
A list of corrections to the LEED for Homes Rating System, updated January 2010.
Also included in the Rating System document.
LEED for Homes Reference Guide Errata (PDF)
A list of corrections to the LEED for Homes Reference Guide, First Edition (2008).
Register Your Project
- Contact a LEED for Homes Provider
- Confirm with your chosen Provider that your project is suitable for LEED for Homes (Check your project's eligibility for LEED for Homes)
- Upon receiving approval from a Provider, register your project
with USGBC by selecting the “Register” button below* (You will need to
create a USGBC site user account if you do not already have one)
- Your registration is complete when USGBC receives payment of the
registration fee. (To receive the USGBC member price, the individual
registering the project must be an employee of a national member
organization. If you would like more information about national
membership for organizations, please visit our Membership page.)
*If you are registering 10 or more single family homes or
multi-family buildings, please contact your Provider for a volume
NOTE: If you are registering a project in Canada, please visit the CAGBC's LEED Canada for Homes website.)