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To protect the health of our staff and our customers, Efficiency Vermont offices are closed to the public. We have cautiously begun scheduling project related site visits when required. You can find more information on our safety protocols here.
We know that you need support in reducing energy costs now more than ever, and we will continue to launch new offers and programs over the course of the summer. In the mean time, our customer support team is available to help you remotely. Contact us at (888) 921-5990 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Home Energy Assessments
The first step in saving energy is understanding how much you use and which products or systems use the most.
An energy assessment helps you understand where your home is losing heat or wasting electricity, and how you can address it. You can do a basic assessment on your own with some help from us, or you can have a professional contractor do an assessment for you. We manage a network of qualified contractors who have knowledge of building science, and experience with a range of building types.
- Do an assessment on your own with technical support from us
- Get clear advice on the most cost-effective ways to lower your heating and electricity bills
- Access a trusted network of qualified, Home Performance with ENERGY STAR® contractors
for Home Energy Assessments
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