Additional winners named in this year’s Parade of Homes |

Additional winners named in this year’s Parade of Homes

Daily News staff report

Trilogy Partners, Raptor Construction and Pinnacle Mountain Homes have been honored for their work in special award categories in the 18th annual Summit County Parade of Homes.

Trilogy Partners and ZEH LLC received the High Country Conservation Center’s award for energy efficiency. The home at 238 Timber Trail (Home #13) in Breckenridge had the lowest home energy rating system and is essentially 70 percent more efficient that a home built to code in 2004.

The Mountain Living Peak award, presented by the magazine’s editor, went to Raptor Construction for the home at 1246 Bald Eagle Rd. (Home #2) in Silverthorne.

The Realtor’s Choice award, presented by the Summit Association of Realtors, went to Pinnacle Mountain Homes for the home at 411 Long Ridge Dr. (Home #10).

Voting for the People’s Choice award will continue through Oct. 7. Those wanting to vote for their favorite home may do so at

This year’s Parade of Homes features 20 single-family, remodeled and duplex homes. Programs are available at each of the homes, Bank of the West branches and at the City Market grocery stores in Dillon and Breckenridge, as well as most Realtor offices.

Tickets also are being sold at City Market as well as many of the homes on the tour. The cost is $10 per person. Proceeds from ticket sales are donated by the Summit County Builders Association to The Summit Foundation. Bank of the West is donating an additional $2 to The Summit Foundation for every ticket sold at one of the bank’s branches in Summit County.

Those who choose to purchase tickets online at blog.summitcounty will receive a free one-year subscription to Mountain Living magazine.

The Summit County Parade of Homes will conclude this weekend. Homes on the tour are open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today and Sunday. The annual event is hosted by the Summit County Builders Association and is being sponsored this year by Breckenridge Building Center, Bank of the West, Cutting Edge Woodworking, Specialty Wood Products, While You’re Not Home and the Summit Association of Realtors.

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