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Cape Gazette BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE. FRIDAY. DECEMBER2-MONDAY. DECEMBER 5. 201] 45 SChell Continued from page 42 more electricity is being pro- duced than the house can use, the excess goes through the homeowner's electric meter and back onto the grid. The meter spins backward at the same rate it would spin forward, thus sav- ing the customer money. It is a visible savings that customers see for themselves. There is a second way that homeowners can save money if they choose using s use the Renewable its that their solar tems create. Thes extremely valuable owners, saving In residents an addit per year on avera8 acted policy sets customers, compan ,lar: they can !nergy Cred- electric, sys- credits are :o the home- tependence onal $2,000 .': Newly en- he price for d with previ- ous years when the[price fluctu- ated. This set pric4 and the es- tablished process h lp customers and those who nee able Energy Credit ing the entire proce Schell Brothers r GIANT KICKS OFF:TOYS FOR T( L the Renew- ; by stabiliz- ;S( cently intro- 'TS - duced Advanced Building Sci- ence technologies into all its homes, including EnerWize, SanctuAir, and 4Tress. These high-performance features pro- vide a living environment be- yond compare. According to Mark Fitzgerald, vice president Of construction, "Our whole- house systems approach has pro- duced an avGrage HERS Index score of 55. With the HERS Scor- ing system, lower is better, and each 1-point decrease corre- sponds to a 1 percent reduction in energy consumption and in your energy bill For purposes of GIANT FOODS, along with the Marine Corps Reserve, kicked off its annual Toys for Tots collection Nov. 28 at the Rehoboth Beach store in Lighthouse Plaza. Com- bining the Toys forTots collection and the end of its 75th anniver- sary, Giant Foods passed out cake and punch to its customers. Shown at the event are (I-r) As- sisatnt Manager Bob Affeldt, .~:ashier Scarlett Stout and cus- tomer service employee Ed Barnes. comparison, our homes on aver- age are 45 percent more efficient than the code home and at least 20 percent more efficient than a typical Energy Star home." In August 2011, Schell Brothers became the first Delaware builder to enter into an agree- ment with the Residential Ener- gy Services Network to publish ed to designing and installing so- lar electric systems for Delaware businesses and residents. Clean Energy USA is headquartered in Rehoboth Beach. For more in- formation about Clean Energy USA, visit www.ceusa.com. Schell Brothers is at 55 Cas- cade Lane, Rehoboth Beach. Chris and Preston Schell have set and market all RESNET's Home Energy Rating System is the nationally recog- nized system for inspecting and calculating a home's energy per- formance. Clean Energy USA is dedicat- HERS scores, the standard for home building excellence, high-performance features, and responsible land use in coastal Delaware. For more information about Schell Brothers, go to www.schellbroth- ers.com or call 302-226-1994. 24 Hour Access Security Lighting Security Cameras $90 Oct.. March Winterizing, Shrinkwrap & Boat Pickup Available Coming Soon BOAT WASHING SEWAGE PUMP-OFF STATION PICC