Congratulations Home Creations for being awarded the 2011 ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)! Some information from the company:
Home Creations received this award for their continued commitment to building 100% ENERGY STAR qualified homes for home buyers throughout Oklahoma City, Tulsa and Lawton.
Home Creations is one of the 100 award recipients out of over 17,000 ENERGY STAR Partners to claim the coveted national recognition in the mid-sized home builder category. Being one of the largest builders of ENERGY STAR qualified homes in Oklahoma, Home Creations is playing a vital role in energy-efficient construction and environmental protection.
"We've built over 2,000 homes since teaming up with ENERGY STAR in 2006," said Anita Wagoner, Marketing and Sales Director, thus making Home Creations responsible for 20% of all ENERGY STAR qualified homes built in Oklahoma (follow this link for more info: http://www.homecreations.com/energystar/). These ENERGY STAR qualified homes have resulted in almost one million dollars savings in cooling and heating cost for home owners.
Despite the slump in the housing market, Home Creations remains strong economically. The company has weathered the real estate storm without compromising quality in construction, and provided home owners with the assurance of value and comfort for their homes.
About Home Creations
Since 1981, brothers Jalal and Mohammad Farzaneh have dedicated themselves to building new homes in Oklahoma that offer the latest in amenities, design and location...all at a price that has made homeownership a reality for thousands of Oklahomans. Home Creations strives on a daily basis to reaffirm its status as Oklahoma's premiere new home builder. This mission for excellence has taken Home Creations beyond the Oklahoma City metro into the Tulsa metro area as well as the Lawton area.
A company dedicated to providing the best product in Oklahoma's new home real estate market, Home Creations also believes in giving back to the community. The company generously donates to non-profit organizations like United Way, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Cleveland County's Christmas in April, American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, Fraternal Order of Police, Tinker Air Force Base and numerous schools, sports teams and religious groups.