Builder Product Spotlight

Covington Homes
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As long as they can remember, building has been a family business for Grace and Ron Covington. So, after pursuing diverse construction-related careers, amassing even more knowledge, and forging lifelong relationships, the couple poured their collective expertise, passion and family values into the launch of Peyton, CO-based Covington Homes in late 2007. With a skilled team and loyal partners, their dedication to putting customers, employees, partners, the environment and even philanthropy (this is their seventh year as the St. Jude Dream Home builder) ahead of profit, Covington has earned a reputation for designing high-quality, energy-efficient, safe and secure homes.

A longtime EnergySmart builder, creating energy-efficient, cost-savings and cozy homes is crucial, which means using cost- and energy-effective materials made in America and trustworthy local trade partners or suppliers whenever possible. Recipients of awards such as the Parade of Homes People’s Choice Award, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Builder of the Year, and Best of Houzz Service, Covington Homes chose to spotlight three products or partners that most exemplify their dedication to high standards and also share their devotion to a customer-first approach.

Reliable roofing with a platinum preference

When it comes to all things related to roofs, Covington Home turns to D-7 Roofing, a large Denver-based, family business with more than 25 years of experience. A preferred service provider for Owens Corning, their status as one of very few Platinum Preferred Contractors in Colorado means they can pass the Platinum Protection Roofing System Limited Warranty benefits and cost savings on to their clients. With a suite of stellar roofing types, such as tile, metal, shingles, standing beam, synthetic and more manufactured in America, they can meet any builder’s roofing needs.

Covington Homes
Photo: Martin Prosek

Savvy and safe kitchen and bathroom water fixtures

With a dedication to energy efficiency and a safe home environment, water-wise smart fixtures are essential components of Covington Homes. Indeed, there’s only one brand that the Covington’s trust to deliver both: Moen. They are particularly fond of the U by Moen Smart Faucet, which provides touchless activation via voice assistant, wave sensor or smartphone app, and allows users to assign as many as 10 preset commands to adjust for temperature, amount and other specific uses. For example, the command “Wash my hands” can deliver your ideal temperature and time, while “Fill my cold water bottle” will dispense precisely the correct amount.

Covington Homes
Photo: Martin Prosek

High-quality wooden components achieve interior and exterior excellence

Whether its interior trim, stairs and handrails, cabinets and countertops, doors, molding, shelving and their associated accessories, or exterior lumber, soffits and fascia, siding, trusses or trim, Builders FirstSource supplies almost 40% of everything in a Covington Home. A large company that manufactures most of their materials stateside, their industry heft means they’re often granted priority in pricing, orders, quality and shipping. No matter the issue, there’s almost nothing they cannot provide builders.

Visit https://covingtonhomesco.com to learn more.

Covington Homes Neighborhoods and Collections:

  • Highline at Wolf Ranch, Colorado Springs
  • Bellagio at Highline at Wolf Ranch
  • Terraces at Highline at Wolf Ranch
  • Provence at Highline at Wolf Ranch
  • Timbers at Highline at Wolf Ranch
  • The Enclave at Banning Lewis Ranch, Colorado Springs
  • Bellagio at the Enclave at Banning Lewis Ranch (Sold Out)
  • Terraces at the Enclave at Banning Lewis Ranch (Sold Out)
  • The Enclave at Meridian Ranch, Peyton
  • Terraces at Stonebridge at The Enclave
  • Timbers at Stonebridge at The Enclave

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