Stockell Custom Homes is Proud to be a Builder Partner with the U.S. Dept of Energy, Zero Energy Ready Homes.
Joining the top 1% of Builders in the United States, 100% of the homes we build are ZERH certified.
What is the DOE Zero Energy Ready Home Label?
It is a Symbol of Excellence for energy savings, comfort, health, quality, and durability met by a select group of leading builders meeting U.S. Department of Energy Guidelines.
What is a Zero Energy Ready Home?
It is a high-performance home so energy efficient, all or most annual energy consumption can be offset with renewable energy. In other words, it is the Home of the Future.
What does this mean for our clients?
Case Study of a Recently Completed Net Zero Home
7,629 square feet of conditioned (heated and cooled) space.
The average electric bill in Missouri is .07 cents per square foot.
Electricity prices per square foot (ft²) | CallMePower
The average 7,629sf home using .07cents/sf of electricity per month, would be $534/mo. That is $6,408 per year. Based on the HERS Energy Cost and Features analysis, the case study home will be using $30/mo or $360 per year. That is a savings of $6,048 per year. Over the life of a 30-year mortgage that is a whopping savings of $181,440.
What does the owner have to say about his new ZERH?