The “Be An Energy Star” program features energy saving tips, monthly opportunity to win $500 toward electricity bills
TEMPE, Ariz. – Fulton Homes has been keeping an eye out for individuals in the Valley working to make their homes more energy efficient during the hot summer months. For Gilbert resident Kassandra Gordon, that means replacing her air filters regularly and setting the thermostat higher during the peak hours while no one is home.
That dedication got Gordon selected as the July winner of Fulton Homes’ Be An Energy Star program, a Valley-wide promotion conducted in partnership with ALT AZ 93.3. FM. Because she was selected, she will have her electricity bill paid in full.
“We are continuing our commitment to reducing energy waste while educating Valley residents about the importance of their own conservation efforts,” said Dennis Webb, vice president of Fulton Homes. “We believe that the efforts we make today can create a better tomorrow for Arizona families.”
For the 5th year running, ALT AZ 93.3 FM airs a Fulton Homes Energy Star segment every Tuesday, during the 3 p.m. hours with afternoon drive personality Dustin Carlson. The segment helps families reduce energy waste, save money on utility bills and take steps toward living more sustainable lives through energy star savings tips and education. The program selects a monthly winner to have their energy bill covered for the entire month, up to $500.
Listeners can sign up for the contest by going to BeAnEnergyStar.com and filling out a questionnaire about their energy use. Entrants are also given the opportunity to share their favorite money and energy saving tips and tricks with other homeowners.
In April, Fulton Homes was recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for the sixth consecutive year. The homebuilder received the 2020 ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year – Sustained Excellence Award, the highest honor among ENERGY STAR awards, ranking Fulton Homes in the top 1% of all 68,000 Energy Star partners in the United States.
To learn more about Fulton Homes’ commitment to creating sustainable, energy efficient homes, visit https://www.fultonhomes.com.