Finance with Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE)

CaliforniaFIRST efficiency financing is available where you live.

CaliforniaFIRST provides homeowners with funding for home energy efficiency, renewable energy, and water saving improvements. Homeowners can simply apply, complete their projects, and repay the financed amount on their property taxes over the course of up to 25 years.

“After looking at a number of different ways to finance the work, CaliforniaFIRST offered by far the best choice,” said Jeff Silver of Emeryville, California. “I can make my home more comfortable and more energy efficient while increasing its value. It’s a win all around!”

Skelly Electric is now a CaliforniaFIRST Registered Contractor. We’ve been trained  to help homeowners choose the best efficiency options when it comes to upgrading their homes. Learn more about this unique public/private financing option at californiafirst.org and see videos of satisfied customers who explain why this financing was best for them.

Skelly Electric does not make loans or assessments and is neither a  lender nor a broker. Financing is provided by energy finance leader Renew Financial in cooperation with local governments, and financing approvals are subject to standard credit acceptance and documentation requirements.

HERO Financing is available in your area.

The HERO Financing Program provides homeowners a unique opportunity to make home energy improvements through property tax financing.

The HERO Financing Program provides homeowners a unique opportunity to make home energy improvements through property tax financing. Benefits include 5-20 year terms, tax-deductible interest, transferability when the property is sold and consumer protections.

To learn more go to heroprogram.com.

About The HERO Program: The HERO Program is a private-public partnership that enables any city or County to offer Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing to Property Owners within their community. The Program is privately funded, and requires no cost outlays by the participating communities. HERO has been adopted by more than 120 Cities in California, funded more than $125 million in energy and water efficiency projects, and created more than 2500 jobs to date. To learn more about HERO, visit heroprogram.com.