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To Create A Greener World

What we strive for?
Our goal is to create a greener community to enhance the quality of life. We aim to assist others in achieving a safer, greener, and affordable lifestyle. Commuting ourselves to ensure the satisfaction of our customers with each project presented to us.

What we do best


Harness the potential of modern solar energy to fully power your home. With today's high-efficiency solar panels and advanced solar batteries, it has become more cost-effective than ever to exclusively power an entire house with solar energy. Solar energy is a renewable and virtually limitless source that produces no waste and causes no pollution."


Experience a wide range of unparalleled benefits with our custom impact windows. Our windows are designed to enhance your living space, providing security, efficiency, and comfort like never before.


In light of evolving insurance regulations in Florida, it's imperative to engage with certified and licensed roofing professionals. This strategic approach not only safeguards your property but also maximizes your potential for reimbursement and discounts from your insurance provider.


M&S is a proudly Family-owned business established in 2017. Our journey began in California, where we successfully completed over 2000 projects. Expanding our footprint to Florida, we've accomplished over 1000 projects in the sunshine state. Specializing in solar, roof, window, and door installations, along with related services, we are your go-to team for fulfilling all your energy efficiency needs

Frequently Asked Questions

An energy-efficient home is a residence designed, constructed, or retrofitted to minimize energy consumption while maximizing comfort and performance. Such homes typically employ various features, technologies, and practices aimed at reducing energy waste and reliance on non-renewable energy sources. Key characteristics of an energy-efficient home may include:

  1. Effective insulation to reduce heat loss or gain.
  2. High-performance windows and doors to minimize heat transfer.
  3. Energy-efficient heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems.
  4. Energy-efficient appliances and lighting fixtures.
  5. Proper sealing and weatherization to prevent air leaks.
  6. Utilization of renewable energy sources such as solar panels or geothermal systems.
  7. Smart home technologies for energy monitoring and management.
  8. Water-saving fixtures and appliances to reduce water consumption.
  9. Sustainable building materials with low environmental impact.
  10. Passive design strategies to optimize natural light and ventilation.

Overall, an energy-efficient home aims to lower energy bills, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and create a more comfortable and sustainable living environment for its occupants.

There are several common energy-efficient upgrades for homes that can significantly reduce energy consumption and improve overall efficiency. Here are some examples:

  1. LED Lighting: Replace incandescent or CFL bulbs with energy-efficient LED lights, which consume less energy and last longer.
  2. Insulation: Enhance insulation in attics, walls, and floors to minimize heat transfer and improve temperature regulation inside the home.
  3. Energy-Efficient Windows: Install double or triple-pane windows with low-emissivity coatings to reduce heat loss or gain and improve insulation.
  4. Programmable Thermostats: Upgrade to programmable or smart thermostats to optimize heating and cooling schedules based on occupancy patterns, resulting in energy savings.
  5. Sealing and Weatherization: Seal air leaks around windows, doors, and ducts, and weatherstrip gaps to prevent drafts and reduce energy waste.
  6. Energy-Efficient Appliances: Replace old, inefficient appliances such as refrigerators, washing machines, and dishwashers with ENERGY STAR certified models that consume less energy.
  7. High-Efficiency HVAC Systems: Upgrade to energy-efficient heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, including furnaces, boilers, heat pumps, and air conditioners, to reduce energy consumption and improve indoor comfort.
  8. Solar Panels: Install solar photovoltaic (PV) panels on the roof to generate clean, renewable energy and reduce reliance on grid electricity.

By incorporating these energy-efficient upgrades, homeowners can not only reduce their energy bills but also contribute to environmental sustainability by lowering their carbon footprint.

The amount of money you can save by making your home more energy-efficient depends on various factors, including the initial energy efficiency of your home, the upgrades you implement, your local energy prices, and your household's energy consumption habits. However, energy-efficient upgrades typically lead to significant cost savings over time. Here are some ways you can estimate potential savings:

  1. Energy Audit: Conduct an energy audit of your home to identify areas where energy is being wasted. This can help pinpoint which upgrades will offer the most significant savings.
  2. Energy-Efficient Upgrades: Calculate the potential savings from specific upgrades, such as installing LED lighting, upgrading insulation, replacing old appliances with energy-efficient models, or installing solar panels. Many utility companies offer online calculators or tools to estimate potential savings from different upgrades.
  3. Energy Bills: Monitor your energy bills before and after making upgrades to track the difference in energy usage and costs. This will give you a direct measure of the savings achieved.
  4. ROI Calculation: Calculate the return on investment (ROI) for each energy-efficient upgrade by comparing the upfront cost of the upgrade with the expected annual savings. Many energy-efficient upgrades have relatively short payback periods, meaning the savings eventually offset the initial investment.
  5. Government Incentives: Research available government incentives, rebates, or tax credits for energy-efficient home upgrades in your area. These incentives can further reduce the upfront costs and increase your overall savings.
  6. Consult Professionals: Consider consulting with energy efficiency professionals or contractors who can provide personalized advice and estimates based on your home's specific characteristics and energy usage patterns.

Overall, while the exact amount of money you can save will vary depending on your circumstances, energy-efficient upgrades can lead to substantial long-term savings on your energy bills and contribute to a more comfortable and sustainable living environment.

Yes, there are several simple and low-cost ways to improve energy efficiency in your home. Here are some suggestions:

  1. Seal Air Leaks: Use caulk or weatherstripping to seal gaps around windows, doors, and electrical outlets to prevent air leaks, which can reduce heating and cooling costs.
  2. Adjust Thermostat Settings: Lower your thermostat in the winter and raise it in the summer to reduce heating and cooling costs. A programmable thermostat can automatically adjust the temperature based on your schedule.
  3. Use Energy-Efficient Lighting: Replace incandescent bulbs with energy-efficient LED or CFL bulbs, which use less energy and last longer.
  4. Install Low-Flow Fixtures: Install low-flow aerators on faucets and showerheads to reduce water usage and lower water heating costs.
  5. Change Air Filters: Regularly clean or replace air filters in your HVAC system to improve airflow and efficiency.
  6. Use Power Strips: Plug electronics and appliances into power strips and turn them off when not in use to prevent standby power consumption.
  7. Insulate Hot Water Pipes: Wrap hot water pipes with insulation to reduce heat loss and energy waste.
  8. Use Natural Light: Open curtains or blinds during the day to take advantage of natural light and reduce the need for artificial lighting.
  9. Plant Shade Trees: Planting trees or shrubs around your home can provide shade in the summer, reducing the need for air conditioning.
  10. Reduce Hot Water Temperature: Lower the temperature setting on your hot water heater to save energy and reduce the risk of scalding.
  11. Air Dry Clothes: Instead of using a clothes dryer, air dry clothes outdoors on a clothesline or indoors on drying racks to save energy.
  12. Cook Efficiently: Use lids on pots and pans when cooking to retain heat and reduce cooking times. Also, use smaller appliances like microwaves or toaster ovens for smaller meals to save energy compared to using the oven.

These are just a few examples of simple and cost-effective ways to improve energy efficiency in your home. By implementing these measures, you can lower your energy bills and reduce your environmental impact without breaking the bank.

These questions can serve as a starting point for providing information to homeowners interested in making their homes more energy-efficient.

What makes us great

Our community goal is to create a greener community to enhance the quality of life. We aim to assist others in achieving a safer, greener, and affordable lifestyle. Commuting ourselves to ensure the satisfaction of our customers with each project presented to us.

Affordable financing solutions

Pace Program

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We Are Building A Sustainable Future

Best Energy Solutions

The best energy solutions for homes depend on various factors such as location, climate, budget, and specific energy needs. Here are some widely applicable energy solutions for homes

Create a greener community

Building a sustainable future involves taking deliberate actions to address environmental, social, and economic challenges while ensuring the well-being of current and future generations.
By embracing these principles and implementing these strategies, we can work together to build a sustainable future that respects planetary boundaries, promotes social equity, and enhances human well-being for generations to come.

End To End Services

We provide comprehensive services covering every aspect of your project from start to finish. From initial site assessment and engineering to securing building permits, financing, and ensuring performance, we handle every step of the process to deliver a seamless experience for our clients.

Reliability & Performance

We are fully licensed, bonded, and insured, providing our clients with the assurance and peace of mind that their project is in capable and responsible hands.

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    Fred Rodriquez

    Our solar roof not only looks fantastic but also powers our entire home. It's incredible to generate our own clean energy and contribute to a healthier planet.

      Audrey Stevenson

      Investing in a solar roof was a major decision, but it's paying off. The aesthetics blend seamlessly with our home's design, and the efficiency is impressive.

        Bennett Miller

        Since we installed impact windows, our home feels safer and quieter. The protection from storms and potential intruders is worth every penny

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