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Solar Trek Now Offering Zero-Energy Homes

June 11, 2013

Solar Trek is offering builder support for Zero-Energy Homes.

Ocala, FL (PRWEB) June 11, 2013

In an effort to help more builders go green, Solar Trek is offering zero-energy integration into new home construction. Solar Trek will be offering builder support, system design and implementation, model home demo units, and personalized literature.

Zero-energy integration involves building homes with the Net Zero Energy Building (NZEB) concept in mind. This means aiming to develop homes that produce as much energy as they use over the course of a year. Solar Trek offers many solar energy solutions; from solar electric systems to solar hot water projects to drain back systems, the possibilities with alternative energy and resources are incredibly beneficial.

Solar Trek takes pride in being able to work with customers to create an affordable, sustainable energy solution for their homes or businesses. Beyond Solar Trek´s extensive solar energy offerings, they also provide short and long term emergency power and water options. With so many government incentives pushing for renewable-energy sources, customers can save more money than they know by installing new solar solutions. Interested individuals can call them toll free at 800-951-2615 to discuss setting up an appointment.

About the Company:

Solar Trek Inc. provides more than a service; they provide solutions. They understand that no two customer´s electrical service and repair needs are the same. They also understand that when making important decisions about electrical upgrades and specialty lighting, the more information a customer has, the better. The experts at Solar Trek provide customers with the information needed to make informed decisions and work alongside them to decide on the best possible solutions for all home electrician, local electrician, residential and commercial electrical needs.

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