Home Creations Partners with EightTwenty to Build Solar-Powered Homes

December 15, 2021

Home Creations announces a new partnership with EightTwenty, a solar energy company based in Oklahoma, to put the power in the customers’ hands to build nearly net zero homes that will minimize utility expenses without altering a homeowners’ lifestyle or energy demands.

Home Creations is a pioneer of the energy-efficiency market with homes scoring 42 to 52 on the Home Energy Rating System (HERS) index. Today’s announcement continues their forward-thinking mentality by making it easy to add solar, storage and EV chargers to their homes for any customer. With the addition of solar, a Home Creations HERS score can reach the teens, for the first time ever.  

“Home Creations has always focused on staying on the cutting edge for our customers for the past 40 years. Today is another step on that journey with EightTwenty. Solar is part of the future. We want to make it simple to add to a home to reduce your energy cost, power your electric vehicle, or to keep your lights on during a storm,” said MJ Farzaneh, Chief Operations Officer for Home Creations.

With this new partnership, Home Creations homes are built future ready. To achieve a HERS score in the teens, customers can include solar, batteries and EV chargers in their purchase or be ready to integrate these solar services in the future. Due to Home Creations already high standards for energy efficient construction, a modest solar addition can allow a homeowner to nearly eliminate utility expenses.  

Hossein Farzaneh, Home Creations Director of Investments says, “Solar power is an investment into your future, and we are excited to be able to provide an opportunity for homeowners by providing the best quality and technology. It will provide homeowners with the potential to increase their home values and save on electricity bills.”

“Our plan was to find forward-thinking builders in Oklahoma that want to add solar to their projects. Home Creations is a fantastic partner as their reach expands solar to residents in communities across the Oklahoma City metro,” said Tony Capucille, Co-Founder and CEO of EightTwenty. “Solar provides homeowners with energy independence, resilience and a healthier lifestyle. With the inclusion of solar, the average home value increases and utility expenses drop.  It’s a win-win for today’s homeowners and for our next generation.”

EightTwenty is a local solar company that prioritizes customer experience by keeping sales, design, and build teams in house and providing ongoing local support

To schedule a consultation with Home Creations to build a new home, visit https://www.homecreations.com/.
To schedule an energy consultation with EightTwenty to inquire on ways to live solar, visit: www.eighttwenty.com.  

About Home Creations

Since 1981, brothers Jalal and Mohammad Farzaneh have dedicated themselves to building new homes in Oklahoma that offer the latest in design trends, amenities and location at an unbeatable value. Serving Oklahoma City metro and Chickasha, Home Creations makes the dream of homeownership a reality for thousands of Oklahomans.

A company dedicated to providing the best product in Oklahoma’s new home real estate market Home Creations also believes in giving back to the community. The company generously donates to non-profit organizations like United Way, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Rebuilding Together of Cleveland County, American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, Fraternal Order of Police, Tinker Air Force Base and numerous schools, sports teams and religious groups.

About Home Creations

EightTwenty exists because we believe our greatest resource, the sun, is underutilized- that responsible, advanced stewardship of the sun’s power can lift up our communities for generations to come. We are here to honor that belief by providing services and products that empower individuals and communities to harness solar energy for their own independence; instilling trust in all that we do. To learn more about EightTwenty, visit: www.eighttwenty.com.

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