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May
22

WV and PA New Homes Cost Less to Maintain

PA new e-home

Positive News for PA New Homes

To everyday homebuyers, buying WV and PA new homes often has more benefits than buying an older home including receiving a warranty, having the security of today’s building codes and even getting to decide on the interior selections of your home. But, what many homebuyers are not aware of is the fact that new homes can actually help you save some extra money. According to an article by NAHB Eye on Housing, new homes cost less money overall to maintain.

The article refers to an American Housing Survey that showed 26 percent of all homeowners spent $100 or more a month on various upkeeps around their homes. New homes, however, had only 11 percent of owners spending that amount of money. In fact, 73 percent of new home owners spent less than $25 a month on routine maintenance of their homes.

New homes also prove to be more energy efficient, which is important to many homebuyers currently in the market. The average homeowner spends 78 cents per square foot per year on electricity, while new home owners only spent 65 cents per square foot per year.

To save even more, purchase one of our E-homes. Our energy efficient E-home uses cutting edge building practices to include energy-saving features such as tightly sealed ductwork, high-performance HVAC, R 410-A Refrigerant, 90 percent CFL lighting, engineered floor joists, 2×6 construction, low VOC paints and finishes, MERV 10 air filters and ultra low-e glass windows.

If you are currently looking for a home and want to cash in on these money saving benefits throughout the lifetime of your home, then look no further. We are your perfect source for finding the PA and WV new homes of your dreams. With our help, you will spend less time and money fixing it up and more time relaxing and enjoying your home.

For more information about S&A Homes, please visit our website. We look forward to working with you.

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