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Green & Solar Home Investment Part - I The home of the future is here today. It promises low or no utility bills and is designed around information age technologies that will be attractive to The Millennial generation, First Time Home Buyer, many of whom probably held a smart phone or tablet computer before holding a book.

For more details on our products and services, please feel free to visit us at buy & remodel consulting, buy & renovate consulting, buy & renovate lender, investing in real estate & first time homebuyer investor California is leading the Nation’s push for Energy-efficient Homes, their goal by 2020 all new residential construction meet Zero Net Energy Requirement. California’s approach first targets reduction in a home’s energy demand and energy consumption. A second key step is the installation of energy efficiency technologies that reduce consumption and related generation emissions. Today wind and solar powered homes are often hooked up to Utility companies electrical grid. By using a combination of traditional energy and wind or solar energy, these homeowners are able to significantly cut their electricity costs and stay on the electrical grid. Installing wind and solar significantly increase energy efficiency of a home but there is another factor which will greatly contribute to increase energy efficiency, the thermal envelope. You have much to consider when designing and building a new energy-efficient house, and it can be a challenge. These recent technological improvements in building elements and construction techniques also allow most modern energy saving ideas to be seamlessly integrated into house designs while improving comfort, health or aesthetics.. While design costs, options, and styles vary, most energy-efficient homes have some basic elements in common: a well constructed and tightly sealed thermal envelope; controlled ventilation; properly sized, high-efficiency heating and cooling systems; and energy-efficient doors, windows, and appliances. A thermal envelope is everything about the house that serves to shield the living space from the outdoors. It includes the wall and roof assemblies, insulation, air/vapor retarders, windows and weather stripping and caulking. One of the key elements of modern thermal envelopes is the integration of design and window strategies to bring daylight into a building’s interior without heat


and glare. The utilization of dual glaze windows with low E coatings and vinyl frames with high insulating qualities provide a comfortable interior environment . The design of the thermal envelope sets the stage for improvements and benefits throughout the building. Experts estimates 20% to 40% of the heating and cooling is loss thru the windows, doors or attic, thus, the thermal envelope. Retrofit energy efficient windows, doors and insulation is an important strategy in improving the energy efficiency of a home. Our mission is to pursue a strong commitment to solar electric and other green solutions by empowering First Time Home Buyer with the opportunity to make a change. The market data suggest the demand for energy efficient homes is intense and interest will continue for the immediate future. As energy cost increase‌..the interest for energy efficient homes will increase accordingly. Current market appraisal trends estimate the value added to a typical comparable home with solar panels and energy efficiency range from 10% to 20% higher depending on location. Additionally, estimates are you will recover up to 120 to 150 percent of what you paid for your system when you sell your home. You not only get more for your home when you sell but a good return on your green investment and a greater demand for your home. Buying a property and remodel & retrofit to be an energy efficient green home is a smart investment today and will pay big dividends in the future.

Green & solar home investment part i  

The home of the future is here today. It promises low or no utility bills and is designed around information age technologies that will be a...

Green & solar home investment part i  

The home of the future is here today. It promises low or no utility bills and is designed around information age technologies that will be a...

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