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The Satilla – 1597sf/3Br/2Ba/1-Story

Satilla Elevation from TerraWise Homes.

Satilla Elevation from TerraWise Homes.

Enjoy this new home from TerraWise Homes. We are offering this home in our new home community in North Jacksonville at Cedarbrook in Oceanway near the River City Marketplace or you can build it on your own lot. The Satilla Plan by TerraWise Homes is a Net Zero Energy home with a unique and comfortable floorplan.

Satilla Floorplan from TerraWise Homes of Jacksonville, Florida

Satilla Floorplan from TerraWise Homes of Jacksonville, Florida

The Satilla is a contemporary Cedarbrook Plan.  It has the following characteristics:

Size:  1,597 sf
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Garage: 2 car
Type: 1 story
Base Price:  $CONTACT US

Here are some elevation rendering images of the Satilla Plan.

 

The Satilla Model Modern Elevation Net Zero Energy Home from TerraWise Homes.

The Satilla Model Modern Elevation Net Zero Energy Home from TerraWise Homes.

The Satilla Model Prairie Elevation Net Zero Energy Home from TerraWise Homes.

The Satilla Model Prairie Elevation Net Zero Energy Home from TerraWise Homes.

The Satilla is just one of our many unique plans.  Look over all of our plans to find out more about us and the designs that separate us from the rest.  We are your local hometown builder and the only one combining years of experience with our Net Zero Energy home plans.  Our sustainable building is the difference that will pay you back over and over again through the years.  Enjoy one of our Net Zero Energy Homes and enjoy the benefits for a lifetime.  Contact us directly if you are interested in this or any other home.


Check out a video walk through of this gorgeous home.

The Wekiva II – 1928sf/4Br/2Ba/1-Story

The Wekiva I is a lovely Cedarbrook Plan. It has the following characteristics:

Wekiva II Floorplan from TerraWise Homes of Jacksonville, Florida

Wekiva II Floorplan from TerraWise Homes of Jacksonville, Florida

Size: 1,928 sf
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 2
Garage: 2 car
Type: 1 story
Base Price: $CONTACT US

The Wekiva is just one of our many unique plans. Look over all of our plans to find out more about us and the designs that separate us from the rest. We are your local hometown builder and the only one combining years of experience with our Net Zero Energy home plans.

Our sustainable building is the difference that will pay you back over and over again through the years. Enjoy one of our Net Zero Energy Homes and enjoy the benefits for a lifetime. Contact us directly if you are interested in this or any other home.

We have some variations to this floorplan in size and we’ve added our Zen Suite for those interested in adding a little more. Take a look at the following plans.

Here are some elevation rendering images of the Wekiva Plan.

Why would I want to have Net Metering?

Net Metering Basics

Why would I want to have Net Metering?

  • Net metering can lower a customer’s electricity bill by reducing the amount of electricity that the customer buys from the distribution company. Net metering allows customers to receive credits for any electricity that they generate but do not use. Some customers get involved in net metering because of an interest in the environment and renewable energy.

What is Net Metering?

Net Metering Basics

What is net metering?

  • Net metering allows customers of electric distribution companies to generate their own electricity in order to offset their electricity usage.  All customers are eligible for net metering.  Common examples of net metering installations include solar panels on a home.  These installations are connected to an electric meter that measures the net quantity of electricity that the customer uses (“retail meter”).  The retail meter spins forward when the customer uses electricity from the distribution company, and it spins backward when the customer generates excess electricity (thereby “exporting” electricity to the electric grid).  A special retail meter (also called the “net meter”) is required to allow for the “netting” of usage and generation, especially when there may be exporting of electricity.