Shea Homes at Ardiente’s SheaXero — No Electric Bill homes offer baby boomers the a way to save money on electric bills and be part of an active adult community.
Ardiente’s community manager Kyle Tibbitts said on an annual basis for an average family of two, SheaXero homes generate as much energy as they use from features that combine solar power and energy-efficient amenities.
These homes also come standard with 14 energy-saving features such as Jenn-Air Energy Star appliances, Trane energy-efficient heating and cooling systems, low-e3 vinyl windows and blown-in cellulose insulation.
He said each SheaXero home has award-winning design, abundant natural light, open floor plans, ergonomic vanity countertops and the builder’s signature Five Sided Architecture.
SheaXero homeowner, Donald, said, “There is no bad side of buying a Shea Home at Ardiente at North Las Vegas. My wife and I checked the homes out in the area; none were built with the quality of Shea.”
The resort-style community is near the Strip and close to the mountains.
At the hub of the community is a private 20,000-square-foot clubhouse featuring two resort-style pools, a fitness center, group exercise studio and access to miles of walking trails and more.
“Our community has personality. It doesn’t look cookie cutter, and with the seven parks, there is always someone walking about and talking to their neighbors. It has been easy to find clubs and activities to be involved in our community. Great homes, and a perfect community,” Donald said.
Trilogy by Shea Homes has also been named No 1 in the nation in the Lifestory Research Most Trusted Builders in America Study.
Tibbits said Ardiente, a part of the Trilogy family, is extremely proud of its customer satisfaction record placing it top among the Trilogy family of communities.
SheaXero homes start in price from the high $160,000. The community’s Vacation Series homes from $150,000.
For additional information on Shea Homes at Ardiente, visit trilogyLife.com or call 877-298-4272.