Step 2. Review the results and take action
Following the assessment, you’ll receive a customized report with recommendations on how to save energy and improve your home’s comfort. Recommendations may include:
- Adding insulation
- Eliminating drafts through air sealing
- Upgrading heating equipment
- Replacing windows and doors
Step 3. Make improvements and receive rebates
Before leaving your home, our auditor will provide you with a list of participating contractors and guide you through the Contractor-Installed, Contractor-Installed Emergency and Do-It-Yourself measures and rebates available for each project.
Already complete your project? Click here to download our rebate application. Once completed and signed, please email a copy to us at [email protected] or follow the standard mailing instructions on the application for processing.
Here’s how much you could receive for improvements in a typical single-level, 1,500 sq. ft. home:
|* Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) is a thermal efficiency measure of combustion equipment like furnaces, boilers, and water heaters. A furnace AFUE rating allows customers to assess how much heat their unit will generate over an average year versus the amount of energy it will consume.
||1,500 sq. ft. x $.30 sq. ft.
||500 sq. ft. x $.30 sq. ft.
|Natural Gas Furnace
||92% + AFUE*
||15 windows x $25/window
||1 door x $75
Home Performance with ENERGY STAR Program
- Work performed by qualified contractors
- Potential savings on energy bills
- Fewer drafts and more comfortable rooms
- Improvements may increase long-term value of your home
To schedule your Home Performance Energy Assessment, complete the form above or call 877.287.3416.
Additional program details and eligibility requirements are available.