The 2023 Parade of Homes
Every year, come February, we feel the rush of having to finish up work on a home or two in order to help get it over the finish line in time for the St. George Area Parade of Homes.
It can make this time of year a bit more stressful, but the end result is always worth the effort.
This year our work is part of two of the parade homes for 2023.
The first of the two homes we were involved in building is home #17 on the parade, Geometrica.
Geometrica - Parade of Homes Entry #17
With stunning views of the Hurricane Cliffs, and overlooking the 11th green of the championship Copper Rock Golf Course, Slate Ridge Homes’ Geometrica is a world-class property featuring multiple private living spaces, a grand scale sports bar by the pool, and 2 commercial water slides. Throughout every room in this home you will find a unique and refreshing use of geometric shapes that inspired the name.
Our fascias grace numerous sides of the home from the front entry to the back deck and a side porch where our fascias were turned sideways to create a metallic feature for a spectacular sitting area.
Why We Love the Parade
The St. George Area Parade of Homes is no ordinary Parade. It is the largest home-building showcase in Utah featuring 30 new homes full of the extraordinary.
This event has a long-standing tradition of displaying a variety of spectacular homes and introducing exciting new trends to attendees across the state. The homes are set among breathtaking landscapes only found in Southern Utah.
Each and every year, having our work featured in the parade means thousands upon thousands of visitors to the parade can experience the extra touch of something special we add to the homes we help bring to life.
We are also proud members of the Southern Utah Home Builders Association and we are always delighted to be able to help show our support for SUHBA through our participation in the parade.
So if you take a drive through southern Utah this week to check out the parade homes, make sure you take note of the amazing work we created at Geometirca, and at our other parade entry, the Westgate Modern by Jensen + Sons.