Coventry Homes Re-Launches 'Beat The Heat' Promotion
August 9, 2019
Due to popular demand, Coventry Homes has re-launched their hottest summer deal. Buyers will be able to turn up the air conditioning without raising their electricity bills with the return of the Beat the Heat sales event.
For a limited time, the builder will prepay two years’ worth of electricity bills for people buying a new home from August 9 through September 2. The incentive is valid for all of the builder's Houston-area communities.
“We’ve been building energy-efficient homes for decades,” said Paul Blackburn, region president for McGuyer Homebuilders, Inc. (MHI), parent company of Coventry Homes. “This is a program that we bring back year after year because it resonates with buyers.”
Coventry Homes builds each home to the platinum-level standards of the stringent Environments for Living program, an initiative that exceeds the well-known Energy Star guidelines.
Such homes use fewer natural resources, less energy, less water and less waste as well as creating healthier living environments.
Also, Coventry offers smart home technology through the Control 4 Platform. Among its many features, the package includes an Ecobee smart thermostat with built-in Amazon Alexa, allowing homeowners to control their home’s temperature through the touch-screen display, the Control 4 app or by voice with Alexa. Programmable smart light switches also are included in the package.
“These money-saving features maximize energy efficiency, plus give homeowners peace of mind when they are away,” Blackburn said.
Coventry Homes is active in 28 communities in and around Houston with homes priced from the low $300,000s to more than $1 million.
Parent company MHI has been building homes in Texas since 1988 and offers designs in Dallas-Fort Worth, Austin and San Antonio, in addition to Houston.