Their homes were supposed to be energy-efficient — but homeowners say were anything but, reports the New Jersey Star-Ledger ("Turning up the heat: Somerset residents complain they were sold homes that do not stay warm," by Eugene Palk). "The Somerset County Construction Board of Appeals is reviewing complaints from more than 100 homeowners in the age-restricted Somerset Run community against the Michigan-based Pulte Homes that allege they were sold homes that can't stay warm," the paper reports. The houses were certified by an independent consultant, not by the state, when they were first built in 2003, reports the Star-Ledger. But current law in New Jersey requires the municipality to inspect energy-efficiency details before the house can be occupied.