Building Homes, Dreams, and Communities with David Weekley Homes 3

David Weekley Homes builds homes in 22 cities throughout the country, including the Salt Lake Valley, and right here in Draper. Since 1976, David Weekley Homes has been passionate about providing its customers with exceptional homes built in communities where they all live and work. David Weekley Homes is the largest privately-held home builder in America, with the purpose of Building Dreams and Enhancing Lives.

Homebuyers often choose to build or buy with David Weekley Homes for multiple reasons: design, choice, and service. “Great design isn’t measured in square feet on a calculator. It’s expressed in cubic feet, light, and the way a room feels as you enter it,” says David Weekley Homes. They provide a variety of designs and have led the industry in classic exteriors with timeless appeal and dramatic interiors.

David Weekley Homes is busy building their award-winning homes in the heart of Draper, on 72-foot home sites in the Deer Run Preserve community. This premier East Bench community in Draper is designed to enhance the feeling of community and maximize our extensive outdoor amenities including hiking and biking on the Corner Canyon Trails, golfing at South Mountain Golf Club, and easy access to the Cottonwood Canyons for summer and winter recreation.

Choosing to build a home with David Weekley Homes is presented with endless options within their Design Center and model home galleries. 
At the Salt Lake City Design Center, you can browse catalogs, and touch and feel selections for the finishes of your brand-new home. From elegant flooring to state-of-the-art appliances, it’s all under one roof, and comes with your very own Design Consultant.

Your new home will also be energy efficient! David Weekley Homes has been investing years of research, while fine-tuning their building process, to create EnergySaverTM homes to save heating and cooling energy usage, ultimately minimizing the home’s carbon footprint. These homes utilize a unique combination of energy-efficient building techniques and principles to create a tighter home that is both friendlier to the environment and its home owners’ pocketbooks.

Not only is David Weekley Homes a leader in energy efficiency and creative design, but they are also the innovators and implementers of FlexSpace, a tight design option giving you greater flexibility, and allows the home to grow with you and your family over time. For example, a so-called “Bonus Room” or loft, typically above the garage can be used as a child’s bedroom, play room or homework area and then transition to a home theater, or a hobby room, once your life goes through the inevitable changes bound to happen.

Whether you build from the ground up with David Weekley Homes or buy one of their homes currently under construction, they provide easy buying options, such as home updates and notifications through a buyer website, and quick move-in options. David Weekley Homes makes sure their clients have an incredible home building/buying experience and ensure ease and happiness before, during, and after the sale of their new home.

They have been presented with more than 730 home design awards and have been named to Fortune magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For®” list 11 times. David Weekley Homes was also named “National Builder of the Year” in 1990 and 2013 by Professional Builder magazine, and earned the “Triple Crown of American Home Building,” an honor which includes America’s Best Builder, National Housing Quality Award and National Builder of the Year.

If the David Weekley Homes name seems familiar, you have likely heard it during your Salt Lake City Parade of Homes tour. They had three homes in the 2017 parade, two in the Daybreak area and one in Draper. They won two awards from the local Home Builders Association Parade of Homes including Best Exterior Design under 3,000 square feet for The Casale at Daybreak, and Best Master Suite under 3,000 square feet for The Pontiac at Deer Run Preserve in Draper.

While building homes is one of David Weekley’s passions, volunteering and bringing communities together is another passion, which is why the CARE program was created. Every year, David Weekley Homes and it’s Team Members donate countless hours and dollars to charities and neighbors in need. For example, each year they host a Give Back, Giving Thanks Thanksgiving Drive where they collect non-perishable food and frozen turkeys for the Utah Food Bank. They also host an annual CARE School Supplies Drive, where they collect school supplies for children at The Road Home. The 2017 CARE School Supplies Drive raised approximately $1,500 in supplies, benefitting about 40 children.