Builder Spotlight: Davidon Homes

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Headquartered in California, Davidon Homes has been building luxury move-up homes for more than 30 years. According to Randy Hensley, director of project development, these homes fulfill the dreams of homeownership and create pride for thousands of homebuyers thanks to Davidon’s innovative design, superb craftsmanship, and attention to detail.

Currently, Davidon Homes has several communities across the West Coast: Sedona in Southern California, Summit Ridge in Nevada, and Alamo Crest in the Northern California Bay Area with the Matadera, the Gallery Collection at Alamo Springs, and the Highlands at Los Gatos coming soon. According to Davidon, these communities feature prestigious addresses, a remarkable variety of features and amenities, as well as impressive details like the Sedona community’s Tuscan-inspired architecture with touches of stone, iron, and ceramic tile.

Beyond luxury, Davidon builds its homes with an eye for sustainability and efficiency. One of the ways Davidon Homes delivers on its reputation for quality and efficiency is by using LP® TechShield® Radiant Barrier Sheathing as a standard feature on all of their new homes.

“With TechShield we’ve been able to cost-effectively maximize the HVAC efficiency in our homes, providing a significant savings on the overall cost to build the home while helping our homeowners reduce their energy consumption,” Hensley said.

Use of this sheathing may allow builders to reduce HVAC tonnage. LP TechShield Sheathing has been shown to block up to 97 percent of the radiant heat in the roof panels from entering the attic, lowering attic temperatures by as much as 30° F.

Hensley believes Davidon Homes is best known for their enduring luxury, lasting value, and continuous innovation and improvement. Davidon’s reputation is affirmed in the numerous awards they have won over the years, most recently the 2010 Gold Nugget Grand Award for the Sedona’s estate homes.

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