Cullum Homes to host innovative SMART Party in Paradise Valley

(submitted photo)

(submitted photo)

Are you smarter than the average home buyer?

Get schooled on the latest in innovative and high efficiency home building at Cullum Homes’ first S.M.A.R.T. Party — also known as Special Meetings About Residential Technologies — 12:30-3:30 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016, to be held at The Village at Mountain Shadows construction site, 5600 E. Lincoln Dr. in Paradise Valley.

Alongside cocktails, music and light refreshments, Arizona’s leading luxury and environmentally conscious residential developer, Cullum Homes, is partnering with numerous manufacturers and producers to present the latest in state-of-the-art home technologies that are both energy efficient and luxurious, according to a press release.

Featured presenters include:

  • FOX Block Insulated Concrete Forms “ICF”
  • TruTankless Water heaters
  • Dunn Edward Paint
  • CCS Automated Home Technology
  • Windsor Windows

    The Village at Mountain Shadows

    An artist rendering of The Village at Mountain Shadows (submitted photo)

  • Tyvek Home Wrap
  • Eagle Roofing
  • Daikan HVAC
  • Wolff HVAC
  • APS
  • Southwest Gas
  • Creative Environments Landscape
  • R&K Insulation
  • Kohler
  • Wolf Sub Zero Appliances
  • IMI Design
  • Hopper Finishes
  • Candelaria Design Associates
  • Villagio Tile
  • Cactus Stone
  • EcoDomo Leather Tile

The meetings are an opportunity for interested and prospective home buyers to meet and be educated by manufacturers who are using the newest technologies in Cullum Homes’ projects. Forward-thinking companies like Dunn-Edwards, TruTankless, FOX Block, and more will be showcasing the most efficient and lavish options currently available in the marketplace.

“There will be no better showcase for all of the incredible new technology for homes than what we’re assembling in January,” stated Rod Cullum, owner and founder of Cullum Homes, in the release. “Working with our manufacturers and partners to present these industry-leading products, construction methods and design concepts to the community shows how we strive to be the Valley’s most innovative home builder.”

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