Pulte Homes displays 'model' behavior

Smith, Hubble
July 2008
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);7/28/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 30, pP25
The article reports that Pulte Homes will dismantle five model homes in the master-planned Summerlin community in late July 2008 and donate reusable building materials and fixtures to Habitat for Humanity in Las Vegas, Nevada. It is noted that about $150,000 in doors, windows, sinks, cabinets, carpet and bathroom vanities will be salvaged from the homes, according to Pulte spokeswoman Jacque Petroulakis. She adds that Pulte will also be salvaging materials from the models for its own reuse.


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