President's Corner, Moors Master

By Dave Graveline, The Moors Master Association President

As more and more Moors owners continue to sign up for the highly successful subscription program with our partner Terra Energy, they are equipping more of our Moors common buildings with solar power! This initiative will begin saving all of us a significant amount of money that would typically go to FPL. (Our average FPL payments exceed $6,000 a month, which is covered by our monthly maintenance fees).

Solar panels at The Moors administration office
The start of our Moors office building. The first association building to get Solar. © Chris Graveline

It’s been over six years since we began battling the insurance company after Hurricane Irma and the damage it inflicted on our common area building roofs! We’ve finally reached a settlement to commence replacements. Your Master Board thoroughly reviewed proposals from seven roofing companies, and after management checked references, we decided to engage T&E Roofing to replace the roofs on the Salon Room, gym, maintenance office, and all connected walkways at the Club Center.

Once I signed their contract, they immediately submitted for the permits and ordered the roofing materials. They are in contact with Terra Energy and are working together on schedules for Terra to install solar panels on those roofs, as quickly as possible, once the new roofs are completed.

Then, those buildings—and our tennis, basketball, racquetball (and soon, pickleball) courts will also be lit by solar! Stay tuned and watch for more progress—and saving us more money!

Solar subscription offer for Moors homeowners

Read The Moors is going SOLAR, and we’re saving money! »

If you have not yet shown Terra Energy your most recent FPL bill, please ask them for the special Moors Program quote for your home.

How to get a free solar subscription estimate

Homeowners can email Jeremy Green at with a copy of their recent FPL bill. The Terra Energy team will advise you what an inexpensive subscription would cost. No pressure and no obligation.

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