According to the USEIA, In nominal terms, the average monthly electricity bill for residential customers in the United States increased 13% from 2021 to 2022, rising from $121 a month to $137 a month.
After adjusting for inflation which reached 8% in 2022, a 40-year high electricity bills increased 5%.
A net-zero energy home possesses many benefits to help the average individual or family, chief among them being lower greenhouse emissions and reduced energy consumption.
As a result, constructing these specialized homes is becoming much more popular as the years go by, and odds are, someone you know is already starting to lean towards a new installation themselves.
Building net-zero homes is not always easy, however, and it’s best to get a professional to help you with the transition.
Read on to learn the answers to the question, “How long does it take to build a net-zero energy home?”
If you’re specifically trying to find custom Scottsdale net-zero energy home builders, give Peak One Builders a chance.
At the very least we can advise you on different methods of energy-saving construction until we’ve found just the right one for you and your budget.
You just have to accept that sometimes the process can take time.