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Paul Kosmowsky Video On Buying & Living In Springfield

Kosmowsky Video Thumnail TerraWisePaul Kosmowsky is a young professional working in the downtown Jacksonville area.  He wanted a home in the area and looked at several neighborhoods.  Find out how he discovered TerraWise Homes and why he chose to live in historic Springfield in an energy-efficient new home.

Watch the video now.  Then, check out the TerraWise YouTube Channel to see more videos and interviews.

Oceanway TerraWise Buyers The Johnsons Video Interview

Video Thumbnail Johnson Interview TerraWise HomesConnie Johnson, her daughter and her mother will be moving into a new TerraWise Home in Oceanway.  The multi-generational family was looking for a home that would accommodate the space needs of three generations.  Find out why they chose TerraWise to build their new energy-efficient home in this short video interview.

Connie and Connie share why they love the Oceanway area and their story of working with company founder David Shacter to create the perfect floor plan to meet their needs.

Watch their video interview.  Then check out the TerraWise YouTube Channel to see more videos.

Jaime Family Video Interview Buying & Living In Springfield

Jaime Family TerraWise Interview VideoMeet the Jaime Family and learn why they chose to build their home with TerraWise and live in historic Springfield.  This short video interview is a must for anyone interested in learning more about the experience of building a home with Jacksonville’s Net-Zero Energy Builder.

The Jaimes also give great insight into why historic Springfield is one of Jacksonville’s hottest neighborhoods for new homes.  The family of three moved from Nassau County and is enjoying the neighborhood feel and close proximity to downtown Jacksonville.

Watch it now and see more videos and interviews on the TerraWise YouTube Channel.

The Andersons – TerraWise Homes Happy Homeowners

The Andersons describe their house as “the ideal first house.” It’s a bungalow in a shotgun style of 2,000 square feet with 10-foot high ceilings, 6-foot windows and an open floor plan. “It has the amenities of a new eco-friendly house in an historic neighborhood,” Eric says. “It doesn’t look or feel different, but it feels special.”

When they tell people where they live, people immediately say, “You’re that net-zero house.” And inevitably their first question is, “What is your JEA bill?”

“We are not off the grid. We are on the grid and the solar panels help offset our costs. We sell our energy back to JEA at the same rate that they sell it to us,” Eric says.