Glendora, CA, November 05, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- In 30 years of homebuilding, Crestwood Communities has continually raised the bar on its commitment to quality homes and service. Earning many repeat buyers along the way, Crestwood has now reached a new pinnacle as the 2008 Builder of the Year.
The Baldy View chapter of the Building Industry Association has chosen Mike Kent and Kitty Garvey, founders of Crestwood Communities, to receive the 2008 Builder of the Year award. The honor recognizes Crestwood’s position as a new home leader in the Inland Empire in every aspect of design, craftsmanship and sales.
“Celebrating our 30th anniversary this year has been an amazing milestone for us, and to receive recognition as Builder of the Year makes our work even more gratifying,” said Terry Kent, marketing director for the family-owned builder.
“We have been fortunate, as a family, to follow our dreams and to make dreams come true for the many families who buy our homes. We hope to continue sharing our lives and homes with Inland Empire families for many years to come.”
A commitment to quality homes and customer care isn’t enough to earn Builder of the Year. Crestwood also demonstrates a genuine commitment to the communities where it builds and to the homebuilding industry as well. Crestwood is highly involved in the Building Industry Association and its charitable arm, HomeAid.
The builder donates significant time and resources in support of HomeAid Inland Empire’s mission of building shelters and treatment centers for the temporarily homeless. Crestwood also provides regular sponsorship support to local schools and, every holiday season, conducts a toy drive for Marcy’s Mercy Center and Veronica’s Home of Mercy.
Currently, Crestwood is offering new homes at four beautiful neighborhoods: Savannah at The Crossings in Montclair, Fairhaven in Rancho Cucamonga, Morgan Run in Fontana and Eaglecrest in Mentone.
Crestwood homes range in size from approximately 1,988 to 3,063 square feet with both one- and two-story designs available. Prices begin in the $300,000s.
An array of energy-saving features makes every Crestwood home even more comfortable and affordable. Homes include long-lasting tile roofs and dual-glazed windows. The new homes at Morgan Run in Fontana and Eaglecrest in Mentone also offer official Energy Star certification.
New homes from Crestwood Communities deliver the quality and value of 30 years of homebuilding expertise. Family owned and operated, Crestwood has developed an insightful perspective into contemporary family living, and it shows in every home.
For driving directions and more details on the available new homes, visit www.CrestwoodCommunities.com. Or contact the individual sales offices as follows: Savannah at The Crossings in Montclair at 866-924-7632; Fairhaven in Rancho Cucamonga at 866-924-3234; Morgan Run in Fontana at 866-270-3246; or Eaglecrest in Mentone at 866-924-3230.
In 2009, Crestwood will also unveil the 24-home community of Rancho del Sol in Rialto. Prices will begin at under $300,000.