Save Money and Live Healthier With Shea Homes!

by Shea Homes Arizona on January 25, 2013

With Arizona summers being a dreadful 100 degrees plus, constantly running your air conditioning at low temperatures can put a dent in your wallet and use a lot of energy.  At Shea Homes Arizona, we are always looking for effective ways to be more energy efficient and through a new program included at most of our communities; we can guarantee that your utility bill will stay the same for two years!

How is this possible? Through the Environments for Living (EFL) Program, we use a third party to certify the monthly energy usage and cost for your home and guarantee that it will not exceed the specified amount. Though highly unlikely, if the home does go over this energy limit, a 100 percent refund of the difference in your utility bill will be refunded to the homeowner and an expert will be sent out to diagnose any problems the system might be having.

 

The process to earn the designation is rigorous and proves that we adhere to the EFL requirements for tight construction, fresh air ventilation, improved thermal systems, right-sized HVAC equipment, air pressure balancing, internal moisture management and combustion safety.  So not only are you saving money and conserving energy, but your home is safer and healthier for you and your family.

 

Do you think it would be nice to know ahead of time what your energy bills will be? Comment below or on Facebook about the benefits that would bring.

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John Roncinske January 26, 2013 at 12:12 pm

I have the Loyola Model built in 2010. What is my monthly utility or energy supposed to be?? Is that only when I use my ac or is that a year round average??
Thanks
Johnny

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Shea Homes Arizona January 31, 2013 at 3:38 pm

Hello John, thank you so much for your comment. Back when your home was constructed, the average heating and cooling cost for your plan was around $117 per month on a year round average.

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