A comprehensive approach to energy efficiency yields greater savings, comfort, and safety for residents and businesses.
Making one change to your building’s thermal shell can affect its other systems. Tighter air sealing, for example, requires more effective ventilation to avoid mold. Taking a whole-building approach to weatherization lowers your energy bills and boosts comfort, in a safe and healthy way, for your building and its occupants. Available services include cash back on projects, technical support and advice, and low-interest financing.
- A whole-building approach to thermal efficiency focuses on savings, comfort, health and safety
- Cash back for homeowners, businesses, and larger rental or mixed-use properties
- Additional services for income-eligible homeowners and rental properties
Tips & Tools
- How to fix a wet, damp, or leaky basement
- Efficiency Estimator
- Is a smart thermostat worth buying?
- Video: Installing Storm Windows
- A homeowner’s buying guide to insulation
- Video: How to insulate your basement
- Video: How to insulate your attic
- Video: How to air-seal your home
- Save on heating with these four steps
- How to find the right contractor in four steps
- How to control moisture in your home or business
- How to prepare for a professional energy audit
- What does R-value mean?