Daybreak is the only community in Utah where every new home is built and independently tested according to the latest Energy Star Version 3.0 standard. This means that Daybreak homes are not only more durable and comfortable than the typical new home, they’re more efficient, saving you anywhere from $200 to nearly $1,500 on energy every year. And compared to older homes, a new home in Daybreak can save you as much as $2,500 a year or even more.*
To take energy efficiency one-step further, Daybreak builder, Garbett Homes specializes in solar-powered homes that can save you up to 60%* on your monthly utility bill compared to an older home. The Solaris Collection brings together contemporary and traditional flavors to create a uniquely delicious home. Homes start in the $280s.
Oh, and its HERS energy score? An impressive, money-saving 35. Think of a HERS score (Home Energy Rating System) as a highly accurate way to gauge the energy efficiency of any home similar MPG (Miles Per Gallon) in a car. Which means it is an excellent way to compare the energy efficiency of any two or more homes. Typical new homes outside of Daybreak have an average HERS score of 100. The average home built between 1990 and 2006 scores a rather inefficient 130 — meaning you’ll spend a lot more on energy than you would with the average Daybreak home.
Take quick look at the current Garbett model home.
Garbett Homes is currently building new single-family homes in Daybreak’s Creekside Village. This village is designed for family-sized living. Its highly evolved homes are open and flowing, with inspired indoor-outdoor living and state-of-the-art energy efficiency. Yards and patios are designed to draw the whole family outside. Or you can take them to Brookside Park for a little swimming, rock-scrambling, creek-wading or zip-lining. TRAX light rail is just a five-minute bike ride away. And two brand-new schools are coming to Creekside — a K-6 elementary and the Academy of Innovation 6-12 charter school. Both are under construction, with the American Academy set to open in Fall 2016 and the elementary school on track to open in 2017.
To tour any of Daybreak’s model homes visit the Glass House Information Center located at 4563 W. Kestrel Ridge Road. Models are open Monday-Saturday, 10 AM-6 PM.
*Your actual performance will vary depending on weather, thermostat settings and other factors.
6172 W. Lake Avenue
South Jordan, UT 84009
Enjoy a croissant and a cup of chai in our combo information center-café. Then learn all about the Upper Villages and our newest thinking as you prepare to tour 14 model homes in Highland Park and six models in our newest 55+ village, Springhouse.
Take Bangerter Hwy. to South Jordan Pkwy (10400 S.). At the roundabout continue towards Lake Avenue. Follow Lake Avenue, look for signs to The Hub and Model Homes.Get Directions