People flock to Florida for its beauty, unique way of life, and tropical weather. Whether you own a home in Ocala or a townhouse in Tampa Bay, all Floridians have one common goal in the summer - beat the heat without breaking the bank!
As a Florida home builder, we understand you don’t want the summer heat to make your utility bill sweat. The cost to run an air conditioner in any home can present a challenge and can make up for a significant part of your home operation budget. Our homebuyers don’t have to dial up the temperature to 80 degrees or put a kiddie pool in the living room of our homes. We include energy-efficient features in every home we build to save you money on your bills every month.
One of the largest benefits of purchasing a new Florida home with Highland Homes is the energy-saving technology built-in which helps keep your home cool and comfortable as well as saving you money. According to data analyzed by the National Association of Home Builders, a new construction home can save you more than $1,000 per year on utility costs!
In addition to our energy-efficient features, shave dollars off your monthly bills without sacrificing your comfort by planning ahead and getting creative. Here are 10 ways to save on utilities this summer:
Visit our website to learn more about personalizing your Florida new home with energy-saving features at the Personal Selection Studio.
Highland Homes builds new homes throughout Central, North Central, Southwest and Tampa Bay. If you are interested in learning more about building an energy-saving, stylish, and convenient new home with Highland Homes, call us at 863-797-4999 or browse our communities and find your cool new Florida home at www.HighlandHomes.org.
Location, home designs, features and prices are subject to change without notice. We are pledged to the letter and spirit of the U.S. policy for the achievment of equal housing opportunity throughout the Nation. We encourage and support an affirmative marketing program in which there are no barriers to obtaining housing because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin.TP