North Pointe 

A Premier Gated Community in Lake Havasu City

We build homes, not houses.

RV Garage and boat deep garage home & lot packages standard with tons of upgrades! Our RV Garages feature 14 foot tall doors!!


At North Pointe, we pride ourselves in helping every family find a house that

perfectly fits their needs, turning every house into a home. We also offer floor plans with casita options as well! See Sales associate for details!


North Pointe is a new and exciting gated community in Lake Havasu City. We offer highly upgraded,  "energy star rated" homes on spacious lots in a secure environment. All of our homes are built with the latest technology and offer the best amenities that you would like to see in a new home. North Pointe is conveniently located near the new mall on the north side of Lake Havasu City. Also located only a few miles north of Windsor State Park for launching those water toys! You will also love how close desert access is for off-road vehicles, hiking, sight-seeing, etc.

Come to North Pointe today to find your perfect home. 




Post-Tension Foundations


Even though concrete is a very rigid material, it has a natural weakness when it comes to tension. It is limited with respect to the length of a beam, floor, or bridge that can be made out of it. One way to be able to build these structures with longer spans than would be possible with ordinary concrete is through a technique called pre-stressing. A post-tension slab is a slab of concrete that has been pre-stressed using a specific method to increase the strength of the concrete.

Several methods exist for pre-stressing concrete, with post-tensioning being a very common one. Before a post-tension slab is poured, high-strength steel strands or cables, called tendons, are laid in a tight grid. These help support and give strength to the slab once it has cured. The tendons are sheathed in plastic so that they do not directly touch the concrete. After the grid is made, the concrete is poured, with extra care taken to make sure that the tendons remain at the correct depth.

​The concrete is allowed to cure to about 75% of the way, at which point post-tensioning occurs. Each of the tendons in the post-tension slab is pulled tight, using a hydraulic jack. The tensing of the cables occurs after the concrete has mostly cured, hence the term “post-tension.” The tendons are usually pulled to a tension of 25,000 pounds per square inch (4503 kg per square cm). Once the cables have reached the designated tension, they are anchored in the concrete, and the slab is allowed to fully cure.



Energy Star Program


North Pointe is an Energy Star Partner.


ENERGY STAR certified new homes are designed and built to standards well above most other homes on the market today, delivering energy efficiency savings of up to 30 percent when compared to typical new homes. A new home that has earned the ENERGY STAR label has undergone a process of inspections, testing, and verification to meet strict requirements set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), delivering better quality, better comfort, and better durability.

​With ENERGY STAR, you know you're making the right decision—for your wallet, for your family, and for the environment—bringing these important benefits:

•  Lower Utility Bills

By using less energy for heating, cooling, and water heating, ENERGY STAR certified homes deliver approximately 20% savings on annual utility bills. Over the 7 to 8 years that a typical family lives in a home, you can save thousands of dollars in maintenance cost.

  Enhanced Performance

In ENERGY STAR certified homes, comfort is ensured with consistent temperatures between and across rooms; indoor air quality is enhanced by reducing dust, pollen, bugs, and excessive humidity; and durability is improved with comprehensive water protection, windows that block damaging sunlight, and better grade equipment.

•  Environmental

Protection The energy used in our homes often comes from the burning of fossil fuels at power plants. So, by using less energy to operate, ENERGY STAR certified homes help to prevent air pollution—an added benefit for todays environmentally-conscious consumer looking for green choices.

•  Air Sealing

By using less energy for heating, cooling, and water heating, ENERGY STAR certified homes deliver approximately 20% savings on annual utility bills. Over the 7 to 8 years that a typical family lives in a home, you can save thousands of dollars in maintenance cost.

•  Properly Installed Insulation

It's not just the amount of insulation; it's the quality of installation that makes all the difference. Proper installation includes careful placement to eliminate gaps, voids, and compression; complete air barriers that prevent air from bypassing the insulation; and building techniques that minimize heat flow through framing. This ensures consistent temperatures throughout the house, reduced energy use, and increased comfort.

•  High–PerformanceWindows

Advanced technologies, like protective coatings and improved frames, help keep heat in during winter and out during summer. They also block damaging ultraviolet sunlight that can discolor carpets and furnishings.

•  Efficient

Heating and Cooling Equipment Look for higher efficiency equipment that delivers premium performance. This equipment uses less energy, operates at reduced noise levels, and often comes with extended warranty coverage.

•  Proper Design and Quality Installation Practices

Trained HVAC professionals design and install the heating and cooling systems in ENERGY STAR certified homes in accordance with best practices established by the leading industry association and equipment manufacturers.*

•  Whole–House Mechanical Ventilation

The living space in ENERGY STAR certified homes has a constant source of filtered air to reduce indoor air pollutants in your home.

•  Water–Managed Construction Details

Tried–and–true building practices, such as flashing, moisture barriers, and heavy–duty membranes, are employed to effectively drain water from the roofs, walls, and foundations of ENERGY STAR certified homes.

•  Building Materials

Proper storage and selection of materials helps prevent water– and mold–damaged materials in ENERGY STAR certified homes.

•  Advanced Lighting

ENERGY STAR qualified fixtures and bulbs come in many shapes and sizes. This gives home buyers a wide range of lighting choices that allow them to create the atmosphere they want for their homes. ENERGY STAR lighting offers significant cost savings and longer lifetimes than standard products.

•  ENERGY STAR Qualified Appliances

Household appliances account for nearly 20 percent of energy use in an average house. A comprehensive package of ENERGY STAR qualified appliances can reduce energy costs, while offering improved performance, quality, and durability. ENERGY STAR certified homes often include ENERGY STAR qualified dishwashers, refrigerators, washing machines, ceiling fans, and ventilation fans.