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ENERGY

EFFICIENCY

TerraWise Builds Jacksonville's Most Energy Efficient Homes

A TerraWise Home has energy efficiency built in from the ground up. Wider exterior walls insulated with 62% higher R-Value than required by code, attics sealed with spray foam insulation, argon gas filled windows, hybrid heat-pump water heaters, and LED lights are just some of the features included to achieve the highest energy efficiencies possible. In a nutshell, every aspect of the design and construction places a premium on energy efficiency.

Most builders provide the bare minimum when it comes to energy efficiency and home designs. At TerraWise, it's the cornerstone of everything we do. A quick comparison of our Standard Features to those of the typical builder new home shows the difference. Across the board, a TerraWise home offers buyers built in savings with the utmost in energy efficiency resulting in lower utility bills and more buying power.

TerraWise Homes is Living Green.
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TerraWise takes it one step farther by offering the option for Net-Zero Energy Homes that can produce as much energy as they consume.* 

Achieving this requires a combination of:

Energy-saving home designs.

Holistic energy saving techniques at every stage of the construction process.

Energy-efficient appliances.

An integrated Solar Photo Voltaic power system with battery storage.

The result is a home that costs less to operate while being Eco-Friendly for a truly green lifestyle. Contact us to learn more about how we can help build your dream home as an energy efficient or full Net-Zero Energy home.

*Net-Zero results can vary depending on many factors such as homeowner activity, weather conditions and changes in utility company solar metering programs.