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HERO Program Contractor

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When your home isn’t as energy efficient as it could be, you may find yourself suffering in two ways: with high energy bills and reduced home comfort.

You should be able to enjoy your home all year long, and sometimes that begins with taking stock of what is happening in your walls, in your attic, and around your doors and windows.

As your energy efficiency HERO Program contractor of choice, we can help you address any energy-related concerns that are making your home and your energy bills less than ideal.

We are a California Licensed Contractor: 1015995

Contact us for a free estimate of your needs and how we and the HERO Program can help you achieve them. Call us today:


(818) 960-1200

HERO Program ContractorThe HERO Program is an energy-efficient financing program in the USA.  HERO works only with approved contractors that understand the process and can best-assist property owners. 

HERO financing can have advantages over other forms of financing like a HELOC.  Other financing options exist, but HERO is one of the few programs that does not rely on the property owner’s credit score.

The loan payments appear as a line item on the property taxes bill.

As a HERO-Registered contractor, we can carry any energy-efficient upgrade project you may need.  The main areas include:

  • Windows
  • Air Conditioning
  • Heating
  • Roofing
  • Solar
  • Landscaping
and with access to over 900,000 products approved to be energy-efficient.
We are very happy with our new air conditioning! They were punctual and professional and the job was done right the first time. We highly recommend this company. Vickie C.

Torrance, CA

I had central heating and AC added to my house. Their customer service was outstanding. He was straightforward and I felt trustworthy. Responsive and easy to work with. Any question was taken care of right away. I would highly recommend. Ellen M.

Long Beach, CA

There are lots of options in today’s market in terms of insulation and other home improvement methods. However, it is important to note that no two materials are alike, and it can be difficult to determine what you need. Allow us to provide the green energy recommendations you need for your home to get the best results.

While you may have some ideas about why your home is not as efficient as it could be, sometimes the best way to start is with a home energy audit. We can provide a custom diagnostic test of your home to determine the areas of weakness that can be addressed.

Why You Need a HERO Program Contractor 

We are your energy efficiency experts, and when you make us your energy efficiency contractors of choice, we’ll work with you to make your home comfortable and energy efficient from top to bottom.

We provide sustainable and renewable products that improve our community, enhance the standard of living, conserve depleting resources, and save money in a world of rising energy costs.

Homeowners use fifty to seventy percent of their energy costs to heat and cool their homes. Inadequate insulation is the principal reason for wasted energy in the home. Energy efficient insulation not only saves money but helps to conserve the nation’s dwindling energy resources. Insulation is also responsible for keeping a home more comfortable by maintaining moderate temperatures throughout the day.

Homeowners will appreciate the value of energy efficient insulation when they see a return on their insulation investments. The savings on their energy bills will be considerable.

Without insulation, air leaks can develop over time. Allowing cold or hot air to leak into the home wastes energy while increasing the cost of utilities. This makes it harder on the heating and cooling systems to moderate the temperature in the house. Homeowners will see the difference when an energy efficient insulation contractor installs insulation designed for the home. Adding insulation improves the overall climate of the home’s environment.

The question most often asked is if buying products such as appliances that are specifically designed for energy efficiency cost more than others? The answer is yes and no. While their initial purchase price is usually higher their energy efficiency reduces the bill to use them, which, over time, generally saves money.

Energy efficient products often perform better than their less efficient competition, which means they may also last longer.

Another popular question is where to find products that are designed for energy efficiency and how to recognize them. Recognition is easy. In the U.S. especially those appliances and other products that have been assessed by government professionals and determined to be energy efficient earn what is called an Energy Star, and that Energy Star is displayed on their packaging and on the product itself.

To find products that have proven themselves worthy of the energy-efficiency Energy Star is not difficult at all. In fact, most retailers will carry them and most major manufacturers design them. You can also call a hotline that is toll-free to find where they can be purchased near you or visit the U.S. governments Energy Star Web site.
Many people ask about energy-efficiency products ability to keep their home comfortable. In other words, will an energy-efficient air conditioner keep them as cool as those not rated for energy efficiency, and will the Energy Star branded heating system actually keep them warm?

The answer is a resounding yes. In fact, in many cases, they improve the comfort level for you and your family by maintaining a constant temperature.
Another common question about energy efficiency is about finding the right HERO Program contractor to install the equipment. There are several things you can do, which hold true for any contractor you seek.

The first is to ask for references and recommendations of those you trust – friends, family, business acquaintances, and coworkers. Search the business directory of your local newspaper or you local Yellow Pages carrier. Eliminate those that aren’t licensed, bonded and insured.

Once you’ve narrowed down your search to a few choices ask for, and check, references. Check with your Better Business Bureau or the consumer protection agency for your state or county to make sure consumers have not lodged complaints against any of the contractors on your short list. As you inquire of each, ask about their experience and expertise in energy efficiency, and then compare price, service, reputation and warranty.