Over-the-Phone Consultations

Calling us is a great place to start. We’ll ask you some questions about your home’s heating and cooling systems, insulation, lighting, and appliances. This gives us a better picture of where your home may be using more energy than necessary. Then we’ll walk you through your options, including equipment or weatherization upgrades.

  • A quick, no-cost way to learn more about your energy-saving opportunities
  • Benefit from our customer support team's deep knowledge of common issues and fixes
  • Confirm rebates or next steps for any projects you already have in mind

Virtual Home Energy Visit

Are you ready to embark on a home efficiency project, but aren’t exactly sure how to start? When you  schedule a free virtual visit, one of our energy experts will assess your home via video chat. They will answer your questions and look for places where your home may be losing energy. This visit takes about an hour and a half.

  • Convenient access to a home energy expert
  • Guidance on your home’s specific issues or areas for improvement
  • Personalized list of next steps
  • Focus on health and safety, if desired

Professional On-Site Assessments

An on-site energy assessment is a comprehensive way to understand your home’s energy use. You can choose a standard home energy assessment, or you might choose a healthy home energy assessment.

Standard Home Energy Assessment

An Efficiency Excellence Network weatherization contractor (EEN) can inspect your home for energy saving opportunities and common health and safety improvements. This includes insulation, air-sealing, heating, and ventilation systems. The contractor then suggests improvements that are cost-effective.

  • Find out how you can maximize energy savings and improve comfort
  • Can include diagnostic tools and a blower door test to pinpoint trouble spots
  • Hire an EEN contractor to qualify for weatherization incentives and low or no-interest financing

Healthy Home Energy Assessment

Households with chronic illness or health risks, such as asthma, should consider a healthy home energy assessment. There is potential to address health hazards like poor indoor air quality, mold, or pests with proper air sealing, insulation, and ventilation.

An EEN Healthy Home Certified contractor can identify issues based on the Department Of Health’s principles of healthy homes, informed by the U.S. EPA Healthy Indoor Environmental Protocols for Home Energy Upgrades.

  • The best option to protect health and safety while saving energy
  • A certified healthy home contractor can identify home health hazards and correct them

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