Energy Efficient Homes

Dated: 02/27/2014

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Energy efficient homes can save you $1000's on average every year. What could you be out doing with that money? Enjoying more time with your family? Enjoying more of your hobbies?

All of these homes below are built to be energy efficient and save you $1000's of dollars every year. They include spray in foam insulation, energy star appliances, energy star programmable thermostat, low e2 vinyl windows, cfl lighting and fixtures, weather-sensing irrigation, water- efficient plumbing fixtures, fresh air intake, merv 8 air filters, and much more efficient. 
I haven't even mentioned all of the other upgrades they come with, from counter tops to flooring. Click on the links below and find your dream home! 
3 Bedroom, 3.5 Bathroom
4 Bedroom, 2.5 Bathroom
4 Bedroom, 5 Bathroom
If you are thinking about buying a home in Colorado then I am your agent, feel free to contact me today.  Thinking of selling check out our FREE online valuation tool to see what your home is worth click here.
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Tatyana Sturm

Tatyana truly understands the dynamics of selling homes in the Denver Metro real estate market and is an expert at educating her clients so they can make the best and informed decisions for their need....

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