J. Patrick Homes has
won the 2017 Excellence in Energy Award from CenterPoint Energy for having the
highest increase in the energy efficiency of its new homes among builders
participating in the utility company’s High Efficiency Homes (HEH) program.
For 2017, the new
homes that J. Patrick Homes submitted to the HEH program were, on average,
28.5% more energy efficient than homes built to the standard Texas building
code. That performance marks a 76% increase over the previous year, when the
average new home submitted by J. Patrick Homes exceeded the building code by
is a priority for J. Patrick Homes, and we are very proud of our team members
and our partners at CenterPoint for helping us achieve this award-winning level
of energy savings,” said Tim Drone, executive vice president of J. Patrick
Drone said that J.
Patrick Homes added a number of energy efficiency features to its new homes in
2017, including R-38 attic insulation, 100% LED lighting, 16 SEER air
conditioning systems, and highly efficient windows with very low solar heat
Drone said that the energy
performance achieved by J. Patrick Homes in 2017 saved an average of 5,590 kilowatt
hours per home annually, compared to homes built to the Texas code. That
translates to an annual average savings of $447, based on an average
electricity cost of $0.08 per kilowatt hour.
“At J. Patrick
Homes, we are continually striving to make our homes as energy efficient as
possible,” he added. “Along with our home buyers, we prioritize energy
efficiency for its cost savings and increased comfort, as well as its
Based in Houston, J.
Patrick Homes offers new homes priced from the high $200,000s to the $700,000s
in more than 20 communities throughout the Houston area. For more information,
please visit www.jpatrickhomes.com.