Many homeowners want to do their part to fight climate change but they are often unaware that 42% of emissions in the US can be tied back to decisions they make at the kitchen table. The way we heat and cool our homes, dry our clothes, cook our food, and power our homes and vehicles all have a major impact on carbon emissions. Helio is a new company that makes it simple and cost-effective for a homeowner to transition off fossil fuels and fully electrify their home.
Helio’s technology platform integrates solar design, heating and cooling, electrical systems, insulation, and ventilation to determine the most economical path to a fully electric home with near-zero utility bills.
There are millions of machines inside our homes across America that are powered by natural gas, heating oil, or propane. A key component to the climate change puzzle is figuring out the best way to transition those machines to run off electricity.
“The right technology and equipment exist to make every home in America all-electric,” says CEO Eric Reinhardt, “the problem is the current customer experience is so difficult that it deters homeowners from even trying.”
Helio’s three co-founders, Eric Reinhardt, Bill Lucas-Brown, and Clay Dusel have realized that just like electric vehicles, all-electric homes are healthier, more comfortable, more energy-efficient, and they perform better. Nevertheless, for a typical homeowner, that means taking on an expensive and time-consuming journey often requiring more than five different contractors to get the work done. With Helio, the homeowner only has one call to make and Helio takes care of the rest.
Homeowners looking to transition off fossil fuels and make their home healthier, more comfortable, and more efficient no longer have to wait. Helio Home is based in Denver, CO and will be working to transition the 1.3 million homes in the state.
To learn more please visit www.helio-home.com