473 Golden Isles Drive Suite 202
Hallandale Beach, FL 33009
- 30% Federal Tax credit up to $1500
- New AC, Heat Pumps, and more!
- 30% of the cost, up to $500 per .5 kW of power capacity
- Solar Panels (Photovoltaic Systems)
- Central Air Conditioning
- Heating and cooling costs the average homeowner about $1,000 a year - nearly half the home's total energy bill. If your central air conditioning unit is more than 12 years old, replacing it with an ENERGY STAR qualified model could cut your cooling costs by 30%.
- Programmable Thermostats
- The average household spends more than $2,200 a year on energy bills - nearly half of which goes to heating and cooling. Homeowners can save about $180 a year by properly setting their programmable thermostats and maintaining those settings.
- Heat Pump (Air)
- The average home spends $2,200 per year on utility bills, about half going to heating and cooling.
- Seal Cooling and Heating Ducts
- Ducts that move air to-and-from a forced air furnace, central air conditioner, or heat pump are often big energy wasters. Sealing and insulating ducts can improve the efficiency of your heating and cooling system by as much as 20 percent - and sometimes much more.
- Light bulbs (CFLs)
- If every American home replaced just one light with an ENERGY STAR light, we would save enough energy to light more than 3 million homes for a year, about $700 million in annual energy costs, and prevent 9 billion pounds of greenhouse gas emissions per year, equivalent to the emissions of about 800,000 cars.
- Air Seal and Insulate with ENERGY STAR
- Sealing and insulating the "envelope" or "shell" of your home - its outer walls, ceiling, windows, doors, and floors - is often the most cost effective way to improve energy efficiency and comfort. ENERGY STAR estimates that a knowledgeable homeowner or skilled contractor can save up to 20% on heating and cooling costs (or up to 10% on their total annual energy bill) by sealing and insulating.
- Water Heater
- Choosing an ENERGY STAR qualified gas condensing water heater instead of a standard model can save over $100 a year. That's over $1000 over the expected lifetime of the water heater. Larger families can save even more.
- Solar Water Heater
- An ENERGY STAR qualified solar water heating system can cut your annual hot water costs in half, and is generally designed for use with an electric or gas back-up water heater..
- Windows, Doors and Skylights
- ENERGY STAR qualified windows, doors, and skylights can reduce your energy bills up to 15% while helping protect the environment.
- Clothes Washers/Dryers
- ENERGY STAR qualified clothes washers use about 30% less energy and use over 50% less water than regular washers. Many qualified clothes washers also have a greater capacity than conventional models, meaning fewer loads of laundry.
- Small Wind Turbines
- A wind turbine collects kinetic energy from the wind and converts it to electricity that is compatible with a home's electrical system.