Let us conduct a free energy audit on your home to see how much we are able to improve its efficency. During this thorough inspection, we pinpoint areas that are negatively affecting your energy use as well as your recent electrical use history.
EHS Florida Service Areas
Efficient Home Services serves Florida and our solar services reach each city and community. With more than 250 days of sunshine, it’s easy to see why Florida is one of the highest energy consuming states in the country. Are you a Florida native? Give us a call!
Our facility is dedicated to our customers and we look forward to seeing you and helping you soon. Walk-in to our office during business hours and we’ll help you find the energy efficient services that fit your lifestyle and home perfectly.
highest energy consuming State
250 days of sunshine
The average monthly electricity bill in Florida is $175. With a consumption rate 13% higher than the national average, it’s a must to have your home using energy efficiently to keep your bills down, your consumption reduced.
Since Florida receives an incredible amount of sunshine year-round, homeowners in Florida have an ample source for solar energy production. Our team will help you find solar power incentives available to make it an even easier decision.
Quick and simple process. Rep came to our house, explained everything very thoroughly and sized our system for us. We could tell the rep actually cared and was not just trying to sell us. Great company!
We are excited to have solar panels and we appreciate all the hard work that went into making it happen. Everyone has been helpful and easy to work with. The contract, the installation, the setup, have all been smooth and ‘efficient’. Our questions were answered with patience and we are looking forward to years of good service.
Overall this is a good company to work with. My sales rep was very knowledgeable, the office staff helpful, and quick install team. The only issue I had was that a few things took much longer than expected but they worked everything out.”