Peace of mind, freedom from bills, smart investment
-free at last!
Rid yourself of volatile energy prices and live free of utility bills.
Can you imagine your life without writing checks to your utility companies ? More money in your pocket for the things that really improve your life, right? -Yes, it is like winning the jackpot and probably the best investment you will ever make.
Create your own energy independence and sleep well at night when the cost of energy is going through the roof. And the best of all: you can feel good about yourself, you take care of the climate. Now go and tell your neighbor how it feels.
What do you have to give up? Nothing, in the contrary- you are gaining something invaluable. Your lifestyle is cleaner, thriftier and more comfortable.
Right now the global credit crisis is sending tremors through every household in America. That is why you need to become proactive. Get ready for the future. The decisions that calm us in tumultuous times are actions that build our long- term security. In the new post- meltdown reality you can alleviate the stress, fear and anger you are feeling and replace it with the sense of security that you are taking care of yourself and protecting yourself and your family.
You can do this by investing in a Zero E Home. Now is an incredibly smart time to invest. Prices are lower and pay backs will be high. Now is the time to prepare yourself for sharply rising energy prices which are certain. It is very likely that in a few years your utility costs will rival the amount of your mortgage payment. Considering your immediate paybacks and your future security, investing in a Zero E Home might just be the smartest move you ever made. Let’s put the pencil to the paper and see an example of how this can shake out for you:
Let us compare two new homes:
Home A is a typical home of 2500 sf built in northern New Mexico
monthly utility bill: $188
Home B is a Zero E Home of 2500 sf built in the same area:
Increased construction cost: $ 20,000
SBTC tax credit: $ -10,000
Federal Tax Credit: $ – 2,000
Price difference: $ 8,000
Increased mortgage payment: $ 54
Decreased utility bill: $ -140
Net monthly cash in your pocket: $ 86