“SheaSolar was designed with the boomer who loves to travel in mind,” said Mike Fraley, area vice president for Shea Homes Active Lifestyle Communities.
(PRWEB) August 22, 2013
Trilogy Orlando, a Shea Homes 55+ resort community just north of Orlando, Florida, is announcing its new solar program that includes up to a 5-kilowatt system on every home at no extra charge – SheaSolar: The Smart Choice in Green Homes. While other active adult builders in Florida may only offer a 2-kilowatt solar system, SheaSolar starts at 3 kilowatts minimum and is included as a standard feature in all homes at Trilogy Orlando, at no additional cost to the homebuyer.
The SheaSolar program is Trilogy Orlando’s newest energy efficient package, the first being the innovative SheaXero™ No Electric Bill Homes, which combine energy-efficient features and solar power to eliminate electric bills. SheaXero continues to be available as an upgraded option for those who spend more time in their home year-round and would benefit from the advantages of not having a monthly electric bill. Homebuyers now have their choice of solar programs based on how much time they spend in their Trilogy home throughout the year.
“SheaSolar was designed with the boomer who loves to travel in mind,” said Mike Fraley, area vice president for Shea Homes Active Lifestyle Communities. “We listened to our buyers who are only planning to spend a portion of the year in their Trilogy home and delivered a solar power system that’s equally beneficial as SheaXero, but with a more affordable price tag – free. These homes have enough solar power to offset typical usage over the course of a year, and with the 14 energy-efficient features that are the hallmark of Shea Homes.”
SheaSolar will offer solar systems based on home size:
- 1,400-1,899 square foot homes will include a 3-kilowatt system.
- 1,900-2,399 square foot homes will include a 4-kilowatt system.
- 2,400 and larger square foot homes will include a 5-kilowatt system.
SheaSolar, Shea Homes’ green living technology, is now included standard on all new homes at Trilogy Orlando.
To learn more about this exciting new choice in solar power, call 800-685-6494.
About Shea Homes Active Lifestyle Communities
These communities are high-end retirement and resort communities offering a new choice in living to those looking for an exciting lifestyle that revolves around wellness, exploration, continued learning and close personal connections. Architecturally superior product design and amenities reflect the changing needs of the baby boom generation, including business services, world-class clubs, state-of-the-art fitness facilities and a diverse range of recreation and education opportunities. Trilogy is committed to addressing boomers’ growing concern about the environment and energy usage, and now offers SheaXero new homes for sale across its portfolio, delivering substantial energy savings to homeowners while significantly reducing each home’s carbon footprint. More information about 55+ communities is available by visiting http://www.TrilogyLife.com or calling 800-685-6494.
Homeowners are also members of the resort-style clubs at each community, where they enjoy activities such as wine tasting, working out in state-of-the-art athletic clubs, swimming, artistic classes, cooking classes in professional demonstration kitchens and championship golf and tennis. Members also benefit from delicious on-site dining with signature Good Life Cuisine™, connecting with the world at Internet cafes and relaxing in full-service day spas, all amongst people who share a spirit of fun and exploration during this exciting stage of life.
About Shea Homes
Shea Homes is one of the largest private homebuilders in the nation. Since its founding in 1968, Shea Homes has built more than 90,000 homes. Over the past several years, Shea Homes has been recognized as a leader in customer satisfaction with a reputation for design, quality and customer service. Shea Homes builds new homes in California, Arizona, Nevada, Colorado, Washington, North Carolina, Florida and recently announced plans to expand into Texas later this year.