The work proposed in this article proposes a different energy management scheme for residential consumers having higher penetration of solar power and heating loads. The presented methodology assumes the heating loads present in the residence as non-critical loads and tries to operate them in power saving mode, whenever necessary. In the considered scheme non-critical loads are connected in series with AC electric springs which in turn schedule them as per the requirement. The major scope of this work is to make the non-critical loads consume lesser power by pressing springs into action in the presence of solar power. It is expected that the springs compliment the efforts of solar panels in reduction of power consumed from utility grid, daily peaks and energy purchase from the utility grid. In order to implement the proposed methodology a completely customer driven home energy management algorithm is proposed and the robustness of the same is tested on a residential consumer, considering a 24 load curve. The simulation studies for the projected methodology are performed in MATLAB. © 2018 IEEE.