Hero Financing

Hero Financing

The HERO Program makes financing Alternative Energy Options easy! Check out this video of how HERO is involved with the City of San Diego!

You can find out more information about the HERO Program Here!

General


Yes, however, the property owner will not be paid for their own labor and must sign a Self-Install Agreement. If the property owner is also a contractor who has registered with the Program and are installing products on their own house, they may be reimbursed for the labor costs of their work crew, but not for their own personal time and labor.

Only contractors registered with the HERO Program or a property owner who has signed a Self-Install Agreement may install HERO Financed Eligible Products. Contractors can register instantly at www.heroprogram.com as long as they have a valid California State Business License.

No. Products that have already been installed are not eligible for HERO Financing.

Yes, a property owner can finance multiple projects. However, all projects must be approved in order to make sure they meet efficiency standards.

The HERO Program only requires that you comply with the building permit requirements for your city or county, whichever has jurisdiction over your property. If required, you (and your contractors) are responsible for obtaining permits and completing inspections, including final inspection sign-off, from the appropriate City or County building department. You should speak with your contractor for further information.

While a residential energy/water audit is not required to participate in the HERO Program, it is recommended in certain cases particularly when you are looking to do whole home improvements for the purpose of maximizing your energy and water cost savings. An energy audit by a certified auditor may be the best way for you to determine which Eligible Products are needed in a home. In addition, the cost of the audit is eligible for HERO Financing along with the Eligible Products themselves.

HERO Financing is a simple 4 step process:

  1. Apply – Find out how much your home is approved for.
  2. Select – Choose the eligible products and select the contractor for your job.
  3. Sign – Sign your financing documents.
  4. Complete – Finish the installation.

For more information on the HERO Financing process please visit www.heroprogram.com.

Eligibility


Yes, however, the property owner will not be paid for their own labor and must sign a Self-Install Agreement. If the property owner is also a contractor who has registered with the Program and are installing products on their own house, they may be reimbursed for the labor costs of their work crew, but not for their own personal time and labor.

Only contractors registered with the HERO Program or a property owner who has signed a Self-Install Agreement may install HERO Financed Eligible Products. Contractors can register instantly at www.heroprogram.com as long as they have a valid California State Business License.

No. Products that have already been installed are not eligible for HERO Financing.

Yes, a property owner can finance multiple projects. However, all projects must be approved in order to make sure they meet efficiency standards.

The HERO Program only requires that you comply with the building permit requirements for your city or county, whichever has jurisdiction over your property. If required, you (and your contractors) are responsible for obtaining permits and completing inspections, including final inspection sign-off, from the appropriate City or County building department. You should speak with your contractor for further information.

While a residential energy/water audit is not required to participate in the HERO Program, it is recommended in certain cases particularly when you are looking to do whole home improvements for the purpose of maximizing your energy and water cost savings. An energy audit by a certified auditor may be the best way for you to determine which Eligible Products are needed in a home. In addition, the cost of the audit is eligible for HERO Financing along with the Eligible Products themselves.

HERO Financing is a simple 4 step process:

  1. Apply – Find out how much your home is approved for.
  2. Select – Choose the eligible products and select the contractor for your job.
  3. Sign – Sign your financing documents.
  4. Complete – Finish the installation.

For more information on the HERO Financing process please visit www.heroprogram.com.

Costs & Rebates


Yes, however, the property owner will not be paid for their own labor and must sign a Self-Install Agreement. If the property owner is also a contractor who has registered with the Program and are installing products on their own house, they may be reimbursed for the labor costs of their work crew, but not for their own personal time and labor.

Only contractors registered with the HERO Program or a property owner who has signed a Self-Install Agreement may install HERO Financed Eligible Products. Contractors can register instantly at www.heroprogram.com as long as they have a valid California State Business License.

No. Products that have already been installed are not eligible for HERO Financing.

Yes, a property owner can finance multiple projects. However, all projects must be approved in order to make sure they meet efficiency standards.

The HERO Program only requires that you comply with the building permit requirements for your city or county, whichever has jurisdiction over your property. If required, you (and your contractors) are responsible for obtaining permits and completing inspections, including final inspection sign-off, from the appropriate City or County building department. You should speak with your contractor for further information.

While a residential energy/water audit is not required to participate in the HERO Program, it is recommended in certain cases particularly when you are looking to do whole home improvements for the purpose of maximizing your energy and water cost savings. An energy audit by a certified auditor may be the best way for you to determine which Eligible Products are needed in a home. In addition, the cost of the audit is eligible for HERO Financing along with the Eligible Products themselves.

HERO Financing is a simple 4 step process:

  1. Apply – Find out how much your home is approved for.
  2. Select – Choose the eligible products and select the contractor for your job.
  3. Sign – Sign your financing documents.
  4. Complete – Finish the installation.

For more information on the HERO Financing process please visit www.heroprogram.com.

Program Details


Yes, however, the property owner will not be paid for their own labor and must sign a Self-Install Agreement. If the property owner is also a contractor who has registered with the Program and are installing products on their own house, they may be reimbursed for the labor costs of their work crew, but not for their own personal time and labor.

Only contractors registered with the HERO Program or a property owner who has signed a Self-Install Agreement may install HERO Financed Eligible Products. Contractors can register instantly at www.heroprogram.com as long as they have a valid California State Business License.

No. Products that have already been installed are not eligible for HERO Financing.

Yes, a property owner can finance multiple projects. However, all projects must be approved in order to make sure they meet efficiency standards.

The HERO Program only requires that you comply with the building permit requirements for your city or county, whichever has jurisdiction over your property. If required, you (and your contractors) are responsible for obtaining permits and completing inspections, including final inspection sign-off, from the appropriate City or County building department. You should speak with your contractor for further information.

While a residential energy/water audit is not required to participate in the HERO Program, it is recommended in certain cases particularly when you are looking to do whole home improvements for the purpose of maximizing your energy and water cost savings. An energy audit by a certified auditor may be the best way for you to determine which Eligible Products are needed in a home. In addition, the cost of the audit is eligible for HERO Financing along with the Eligible Products themselves.

HERO Financing is a simple 4 step process:

  1. Apply – Find out how much your home is approved for.
  2. Select – Choose the eligible products and select the contractor for your job.
  3. Sign – Sign your financing documents.
  4. Complete – Finish the installation.

For more information on the HERO Financing process please visit www.heroprogram.com.

Real Estate Transactions


Yes, however, the property owner will not be paid for their own labor and must sign a Self-Install Agreement. If the property owner is also a contractor who has registered with the Program and are installing products on their own house, they may be reimbursed for the labor costs of their work crew, but not for their own personal time and labor.

Only contractors registered with the HERO Program or a property owner who has signed a Self-Install Agreement may install HERO Financed Eligible Products. Contractors can register instantly at www.heroprogram.com as long as they have a valid California State Business License.

No. Products that have already been installed are not eligible for HERO Financing.

Yes, a property owner can finance multiple projects. However, all projects must be approved in order to make sure they meet efficiency standards.

The HERO Program only requires that you comply with the building permit requirements for your city or county, whichever has jurisdiction over your property. If required, you (and your contractors) are responsible for obtaining permits and completing inspections, including final inspection sign-off, from the appropriate City or County building department. You should speak with your contractor for further information.

While a residential energy/water audit is not required to participate in the HERO Program, it is recommended in certain cases particularly when you are looking to do whole home improvements for the purpose of maximizing your energy and water cost savings. An energy audit by a certified auditor may be the best way for you to determine which Eligible Products are needed in a home. In addition, the cost of the audit is eligible for HERO Financing along with the Eligible Products themselves.

HERO Financing is a simple 4 step process:

  1. Apply – Find out how much your home is approved for.
  2. Select – Choose the eligible products and select the contractor for your job.
  3. Sign – Sign your financing documents.
  4. Complete – Finish the installation.

For more information on the HERO Financing process please visit www.heroprogram.com.