Connecticut residents are eligable for a program offered through the utility companies to help Connecticut homeowners save money on their utility bills and become more energy efficient. Many homeowners are not aware of this great program and what is included in the service.
Your utility bill may be shocking, and offers few helpful details: it doesn't tell you when your energy use peaks, doesn't explain how best to reduce power consumption, and doesn't tell you how your home is spending your money.
Don't you think that is worth finding out? A home energy audit is the first step to understanding your home's energy usage as well as its overall health and performance. Using a combination of high tech tests and common sense evaluations, an energy audit provides a list of energy and money saving steps, explains how and why your house is costing you money, then prioritizes steps to take to knock down those costs over the long haul.
An authorized contractor will perform an energy assessment, make on-the-spot improvements to make your home weather-tight, including caulking and sealing of critical air leaks, LED light bulbs, hot water pipe insulation and depending on your eligibility, provide money-saving rebates on insulation, appliances and HVAC systems.
All of these products and services are offered to you for a co-payment of $149 with no additional costs ($174 for oil heated homes). The program is funded by an existing charge on your utility bill, so it only makes sense to take advantage of a service that you are already paying for. Look for specials and promotions on our Facebook page.
In addition, there are insulation rebates that can cover a significant portion of the cost for increasing the insulation in your home. There are programs that offer no upfront cost and 0% financing made directly on your utility bill.*Offer does not apply to customers who have previously had the HES services performed.