1. Tight Envelope
We recommend a combination of spray foam and cellulose insulation to achieve air-tight homes and buildings, keeping unwanted elements out and heating, cooling, and better air-quality in.
Whether you're a contractor, homeowner, building owner, developer, or builder, the path to zero-energy is within your reach. The technology, resources, incentives, and financing aren't just available; they're becoming mainstream.
Supplied Energy is here as a resource, partner, and distributor, providing what you need based on your goals and journey toward achieving or offering energy independence, net-zero (or even net-positive) capable homes and buildings. With our solutions, you get a choice in how you achieve energy independence with as much or as little input from our team as you'd like.
We distribute heat pumps (mini-splits/air source and geothermal), solar energy products, power storage, backup solutions, EV chargers, and more electric-based solutions.
Fact: While the cost to install energy-efficient, power-generating, and/or storage systems may be higher, there's return-on-investment potential within two to five years and cash-flow-positive options with financing almost immediately.
Fact: It’s actually been developed for both heating and cooling purposes, and a geothermal system will work efficiently in both.
Fact: Analysis from Zillow reveals that solar panels increase a home’s value by 4.1% across the country.
Fact: Ground loop systems are installed in a variety of ways, but if handled properly, all result in a clean, well-maintained yard shortly after installation.
Fact: Solar panels work by collecting visible light, and clouds still reflect visible light given off by the sun, so your solar panels still work, even on cloudy or snowy days.
Fact: Systems can be retrofitted to work with homes or business of nearly any age.
Fact: Solar panel design and installation has improved over the years. Many panels are designed to easily install and actually protect your roof instead of damaging it.
Fact: It’s true that months may pass between your initial estimate and your final installation due to availability, but the installation process should only take a few days to weeks at most once the driller and installer arrive on-site.
We work with leading manufacturers and offer only the best products. With their support, we create a customized solution for your home or building, tailored to meet your needs and goals.