- Air Sealing - Check caulking, weather stripping and other drafty cracks that can cause energy loss.
- Attic Insulation - Evaluate the R-value and effectiveness of attic insulation.
- Duct System - Inspect for leaks, inefficient installation or undersized ductwork.
- Lighting - Evaluate how lighting could be more efficient.
- Heating/Cooling System - Determine if the HVAC system is the most efficient for the size of your home.
- Appliances/Electronics - Check that appliances and electronics are drawing energy in the most efficient way.
- Water Heater - Inspect the water heating system for age, insulation and efficiency.
- Refrigerator - Evaluate the energy consumption of the one appliance that typically draws the most power.
- Windows and Doors - Inspect doors and windows for energy loss.
- Wall Insulation - Determine if walls are adequately insulated.
- Demand Response - Verify that you’re reducing demand during peak usage periods with our Residential Peak Reduction Program. Receive up to a $40 incentive every year for participating in the Peak Reduction Program, or up to $25 every year for participating in the Bring Your Own Thermostat program.
Plus, some of your home upgrades could qualify for additional rebates!
- Homeowner Upgrade Rebate*
- Attic insulation (up to $400)
- Air sealing (up to $150)
- Duct sealing (existing HVAC only, up to $150)
- Peak reduction (up to $40 a year)
- Bring Your Own Thermostat ($50 at enrollment and an additional $25 annually)
- Mini split ductless 19-SEER (up to $675)
- Smart thermostat* ($75 per thermostat)
- Heat pump - ducted system, non-ducted system or with desuperheater* 17-SEER (up to $400)
- High efficiency furnace fan motor ($75 per motor)
*Must meet ENERGY STAR® requirements.
**Any rebate-eligible improvements must be performed by a member of our Quality Contractor Network (QCN), who must also submit the rebate on your behalf.