Home Performance Services Company Helps Homeowners Qualify for Financing

by bkrigbaum@solagroup.com


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SAN
FRANCISCO
— April 14, 2010 /PRNewswire/ —
Recurve, a San
Francisco-based provider of home performance services that help homeowners and
contractors create energy-efficient homes through green energy remodeling,
announced Hybrid Home, a new program to coincide with this month’s launch of
GreenFinanceSF in San
Francisco
.

 

Currently the largest PACE
(Property Assessed Clean Energy) program in the country, GreenFinanceSF provides
financing for green retrofits to San
Francisco
residents who wish to make renewable energy
improvements to their homes. The city of San Francisco requires that the homeowner meet
certain energy efficiency standards or complete energy efficiency upgrades in
order to be eligible for the program, which will finance projects in solar,
water and energy efficiency.

 

Recurve initiated its Hybrid Home
program to help solar installers and their clients meet home eligibility
requirements to receive GreenFinanceSF financing by providing the following
bundled service offering:

 

  Home Energy Audits – BPI certified,
leveraging proprietary software

  Customized Solutions – optimizes
investment in energy efficiency measures

  Green Energy Remodeling/Retrofits –
completed by Recurve’s BPI certified construction team

 

For additional information about
Hybrid Home from Recurve visit:

http://partners.recurve.com/solar/hybrid/

For additional information about
San Francisco‘s
PACE program please visit: http://www.greenfinancesf.org 

 

About
Recurve

Based in San Francisco and founded
in 2004, Recurve is a provider of home performance services. A licensed general
and solar contractor, the company specializes in home energy audits and green
energy remodeling for existing homes. Recurve applies building science to
quantitatively analyze a home’s performance as a dynamic system, so as to tailor
a solution to the client’s goals, budget, and priorities. The company has been
recognized by the U.S. Green Building Council as the case study in their REGREEN
Green Remodeling Best Practice Guidelines.

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