Provo, Utah Solar and Geo Thermal Homes
Solar Homes. Geo Thermal Homes. These spell COST SAVINGS. If your looking for a new home in the PROVO, Utah area, check these homes out. Here is a community completely finished and ready to be moved into. Five (5) homes to choose from.
Three (3) of the homes are solar homes. Two (2) are Geo Thermal. Both concepts spell out cost savings. They are complete with landscape, playground area with grass and an automatic sprinkler system. Just move in and start living.
They all have 3 bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths. For cost saving, they all have an “on demand” hot water system. The two car garage that is completely sheet rocked and painted. These home are so complete all you have to do is move in. There is plenty of Attic space for storage, a great place to put those seasonal items. All the homes have a loft with an open area that could be your library, open study, or open area for computer, play, or what ever you can envision.
The main floor is a stamped and stained concrete with a seal. Easy to maintain and beautiful. Perfect for Area Rugs and virtually indestructible. The windows are large to let in plenty of natural light during the day which can tremendously cut down on lighting costs. The windows are also designed for great energy savings allowing plenty of light without heat transfer.
These homes are priced at $210,000. The money saved on utilities could be applied to pay off the home early, or give you that extra cash to use where you want to use it. There may also be available rebates through Provo City, the State of Utah, and Federal incentives or rebates as well. This could add into the thousands.
Most people understand solar, or at least have a working knowledge of a solar system. Either photo electric, solar hot water systems, or even sun catching windows for winter heat. But you say “Geo-Thermal” and they think hot water from underground naturally heated. But Geo-Thermal is also produced another way. Why you go 6 feet under ground, there is a temperature that is constant year round. Usually 60-65 degrees Fahrenheit. This is note worthy.
For example, in the winter when the outside temperatures are reaching the freezing mark or below, it is still 60-65 degrees 6 feet or lower below ground. This means in terms of heating, if you have air coming from pockets created at those depths, you only have to heat the air up 10-12 degrees to be comfortable. The same hold true in the summer. If you approaching 80′s, 90′s, or even 100 degrees, you have air in the 60′s available to blow through out your home for cooling without requiring the normal Air Conditioning equipment.
These home are located in a great area. In seconds you can be on the freeway to anywhere. They are also minutes away from Brigham Young University, and the University Valley University. Provo University is close by as well as the University of Phoenix.
If you would like to know more about these quality homes or would like to set up a time to view them, Call Amy with Prudential @ 801-735-5583 and set up an appointment.