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.  

Zero Energy Ready Homes

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.

Case Study of a Recently Completed Net Zero Home


Home Size:
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?

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