Our vision

Imagine using the utility money you spend every month to improve your property.
Envision saving money on utility bills, increasing your property value and making money on your existing roof for a cost close to the same or less than your average monthly utility bill! Call us and get your free consultation Today. Ask for Patrick with 30 years’ experience in the field.
Reasons to have the Green Property Pros to your property for a free consultation-

⦁ To increase the value of your home.
⦁ To save money with the Tax credits available up to 26% of cost yearly in 2020.
⦁ To decrease monthly utilities payments with smart energy improvements.
⦁ To make money by producing your own energy on your existing property.
⦁ 0% down financing with payments less or equal to your average monthly utility bill.
⦁ To stop paying the large electric bill increases of 4 to 7% every year.
⦁ To have emergency power when the electric grid goes down.
⦁ To decrease the stress on your expensive heating, air and roof systems.
⦁ To decrease CO2 emissions and elevate environmental awareness.
⦁ To help the USA become more energy independent with fewer oil imports.
⦁ To use your property to grow food and store rainwater for use.
⦁ To increase your property knowledge through our 30 years of experience.

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North Florida

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South Florida

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Our green enhancement is the GREATEST win/win choice a property owner can accomplish today!

Home Improvements to


Your property Value

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1. Install energy-efficient kitchen appliances.
2. Install photovoltaic solar panels.
3. Light up spaces with smart and efficient bulbs.
4. Let in natural light with efficient windows.
5. Avoid air leaks with new doors & weather stripping.
6. Consider smart locks and video doorbells.
7. Install outdoor solar lighting & security cameras.
8. Improve the insulation of all walls and attic.
9. Choose energy-efficient roofing.
10. Insulate your basement to prevent heat loss.
11. Make sure your furnace or boiler is up to date.
12. Clean your home’s air ducts to improve air quality.
13. Update your water heater to be energy-efficient.
14. Plant shade trees to keep your home cool.
15. Use mulching in your garden to save water.

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Energy Efficient

Understand solar Financial benefits:

Payback Period

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The top ten energy users in your home

When it comes to energy consumption in your home, certain appliances and devices have a significant impact on your overall usage. Understanding the top energy users can help you identify areas where you can make energy-efficient choices and potentially reduce your energy bills. Here are the top ten energy users in a typical residential home, along with their approximate percentages of total energy consumption:

  1. Heating and Cooling Systems (40%): Heating and cooling your home, especially during extreme weather conditions, can be a major energy drain.

  2. Water Heating (15%): Heating water for bathing, laundry, and dishwashing requires a considerable amount of energy.

  3. Kitchen Appliances (10%): Various kitchen appliances, such as refrigerators, freezers, stoves, ovens, and microwaves, collectively account for a significant portion of your energy usage.

  4. Lighting (10%): Lighting is an essential part of any home, but inefficient lighting choices can lead to higher energy consumption.

  5. Electronics and Entertainment (8%): TVs, computers, gaming consoles, and home entertainment systems are becoming increasingly prevalent in households.

  6. Laundry Appliances (5%): Washing machines and clothes dryers consume energy during each cycle.

  7. Refrigeration (4%): Refrigerators and freezers run continuously to keep your food fresh.

  8. Standby Power (3%): Many electronic devices continue to draw power even when they are in standby or idle mode.

  9. Small Appliances (3%): Devices like coffee makers, toasters, blenders, and other small kitchen appliances contribute to your energy consumption.

  10. Miscellaneous (2%): Other energy-consuming devices such as hair dryers, fans, and chargers fall into this category.

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9 Ways to keep your home cool in the summer

1.- Switch to LED light bulbs can save you up to 75% more energy than when using incandescent light bulbs

2.- Use portable desk and floor fans, no installation needed, raise your AC temp and turn fans on for a wind chill effect.

3.- Add light dimmers and occupancy sensor for a 20% or more savings on lighting costs.

4.- Blocking the heat from our home by installing solar screens, sindow tinting or shutters can cut your energy usage by 20%.

5.- Save $1000s by installing and energy star rated AC with a high seer value in your home and make sure it’s chrged correctly.

6.- Use a programmable thermostat to keep your AC at 75 degreeswhen home and 85 degrees when you leave to save up to 20% on cooling costs.

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7.- The draft from open doors/windows in the morning/evening will help naturally cool your home each day.

8.- Save up to $900 a year by installing energy saving ceiling fans, raise your AC temp and turn on for a wind chill effect.

9.- Planning shading trees and bushes outside your home can save you 15% in the winter and up to 50% in the summer.

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