high efficiency solar panels
See the Solar Difference
Solar panels can reduce your energy bill by 50-100% or more.1 Recent technological advances have dramatically reduced prices and increased performance, so for the first time ever, going solar makes economic sense for most homes. What’s more, you’ll protect yourself from rising electricity costs and decrease your household’s carbon footprint.
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energy efficiency
New Windows and Doors: A Beautiful Thing
Efficient windows, doors, and skylights can reduce heating and air-conditioning bills by 12-15% while dramatically improving your home’s appearance.3 And to reduce frustration, they’ll also open, close, and lock flawlessly. This combination of improved appearance, improved operation, and energy efficiency can significantly raise your property’s curb appeal. What’s more, you can recoup 58-80% of the project costs in added home value.2
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Increased Comfort With Heating and Cooling
You can save up to $115 or more per year by switching to high efficiency heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems (HVAC).4 These systems work together to keep indoor temperatures at comfortable levels and improve air quality.

HERO Pro Tip: the higher the SEER rating, the more energy-efficient the air-conditioner. You’ll want a SEER rating of at least 14.
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Savings Through the Roof
“Cool Roofs” reflect more sunlight and absorb less heat than traditional roofs. These effects reduce the amount of heat that gets transferred inside your house, reducing the amount of air-conditioning needed. Homeowners can see a 10-15% reduction in air-conditioning use during the hottest hours of the day.5

HERO Pro Tip: If you have an attic, you can also get a “Radiant Barrier” installed on the inside of the roof to deflect even more heat.
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Save Water Inside and Out
You have an arsenal of water-saving options to choose from, both inside and outside of your home. Artificial turf can cut water use in half, while drought tolerant landscaping can give your backyard a more natural look. WaterSense labeled bathroom faucets can reduce a sink’s water use by 30% or more.6 Other water savers include showerheads, toilets, drip irrigation, and many more.
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energy saving products

Create Energy

  • Solar Panels & Inverters

  • Home Solar Batteries

  • Small Wind Turbines

  • Home Fuel Cells

  • Geothermal Heat Pump

  • Solar Pool & Water Heaters

Ways to save energy

Save Energy

  • Heating & Air Conditioning

  • Windows, Skylights, Doors, Roofs

  • Ducts & Ventilation Fans

  • Attic, Wall, & Floor Insulation

  • Lighting & Control Systems

  • High-efficiency Water Heaters

Backyard and front yard landscaping ideas

Conserve Water*

  • Artificial Turf

  • Drought Tolerant Landscaping

  • Irrigation Systems

  • Rainwater Catchment Systems

  • High-efficiency Faucets & Toilets

  • High-efficiency Showerheads

*Water conservation products available in some states, such as California.

  1. How much electricity you offset is based on how powerful a system you decide install.
  2. “Remodeling Impact Report”, National Association of Realtors, http://www.realtor.org/reports/remodeling-impact
  3. “Building Efficiency”, Boward.org, http://www.broward.org/GOGREEN/BUSINESS/Pages/BuildingEfficiency.aspx“
    Benefits of ENERGY STAR Qualified Windows, Doors, and Skylights”, Energy Star,
  4. “Heat & Cool Efficiently”, Energy Star, http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=heat_cool.pr_hvac
  5. “Roof Products for Consumers”, Energy Star, http://www.energystar.gov/products/building_products/roof_products
  6. “Bathroom Sinks Faucets & Accessories”, EPA, http://www3.epa.gov/watersense/products/bathroom_sink_faucets.html
  7. “Outdoor Water Use in the United States”, EPA, http://www3.epa.gov/watersense/pubs/outdoor.html
*Water conservation products available in some states, such as California.