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About Our Goals

Energy & water efficiency

 Up to 70% energy savings on utility bills 

  • Super insulated roof system.

  • Spray open cell roof insulation 5 1/2" above A/C areas and 3 1/2" above garage. Applied directly to the bottom of the roof decking, reducing energy consumption.

  • 40 Mil. Self-adhering Peel & Seal underlayment applied under shingles for double protection from leaks.

  • Energy-efficient, Low-E, double pane, insulated, single hung, vinyl windows throughout

  • Energy Star® 16 SEER A/C unit 

  • Energy efficient appliances, lighting and water efficient fixtures.

  • Certified Green, EnergyStar, FPL Build Smart homes 

  • Certified by UF Florida Friendly landscaping

  • Substantially lower insurance premium


Healthy indoor environment

 Virtually allergen, dust and mold free homes

  • Certified by EPA indoor airPLUS qualified homes

  • Designed to contribute to improved indoor air quality

  • Air conditioning system consistently brings fresh air from outside

  • Air returns in all rooms create the same temperature inside

  • Effective heating, ventilating and Air-Conditioning Systems

  • A/C ducts sealed during construction to prevent contamination

  • Low or No VOC paint

  • Sound suppressant

  • The components and materials contain NO formaldehyde, NO chlorofluorocarbons, NO asbestos and NO fiberglass.


The Power of Solar Earth... ​

  • Carbon dioxide (CO2) – a greenhouse gas which contributes to global warming

  • Carbon monoxide (CO) –

  • Sulfur dioxide (SO2) – causes acid rain, which is harmful to plants and to animals that live in water, also exacerbating respiratory illnesses and heart diseases

  • Nitrogen oxides (NOx) – contributes to ground-level ozone, which irritates and damages lungs

  • Particulate matter (PM) – causes hazy conditions in cities and scenic areas. Coupled with ozone it contributes to asthma and chronic bronchitis

  • Mercury and other heavy metals – hazardous to human and animal health...

  • ​​It’s a solid home investment.

  • Solar Energy systems are durable.

  • Solar can actually make you money!

  • Solar could help you afford that home improvement.

  • Solar has a fixed energy cost.

  • Being ahead of the curve.

  • You can use your Solar Energy all day.

  • Solar Energy is cool to be energy cool!Safer Structures... Building better tomorrow... 


We Sell Tornado Safe Structures for your home as well…

  • When a tornado or hurricane strikes, do you have a safe place in which to take shelter? Is it nearby?

  • Could you get there within seconds?

  • A TORNADO/HURRICANE safe room can provide life saving protection during a destructive storm,

  • especially for those without basements. After the recent outbreak of tornadoes and severe storms!

  • Safe rooms are increasing in popularity and in most areas… 

  • The safest place to be during a tornado is underground...

  • Basements provide excellent protection but are still vulnerable to debris collapsing from above. 

  • Fully underground storm shelters (tornado cellars) provide the most reliable protection from violent storms, but may not be possible to construct in urbanized or flood-prone areas.

  • A safe room is different than your typical in-ground shelter but offers the same benefit.

  • The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) defines a safe room as “a structure that will provide near-absolute protection from severe storms.” All safe rooms are constructed according to federal laws and must meet specific safety standards.

  • Every safe room is built to withstand 250 mph winds and over 3,000 pounds of force, more than an EF-5 tornado.

  • They’re usually constructed in basements or garages. 

  • A typical safe room is made of steel and fiberglass to provide the highest level of protection from wind.

  • All shelters also use concrete foundations as anchors.

  • When it comes to safe rooms, there are two kinds – above and below ground. Both types of shelters have to meet the same requirements and are made of the same materials. Underground shelters have a slight advantage, because debris from a tornado or hurricane cannot impact the sides of the shelter, only the top. However, in an underground safe room, you also take the chance that your one and only exit could be blocked.

  • Above ground shelters do not have this issue, but they can be hit with debris on all sides. Both types of safe rooms have their advantages and disadvantages, but the main thing to remember is that they both provide the same level of protection.

  • Make sure you have a NOAA weather alert radio, along with other recommended emergency supplies, in your shelter to help you stay aware and informed.

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