Take advantage of rebates available on many types of insulation for your home. You can receive thousands of dollars in rebates – and save on your energy bill.
- Basement insulation
- Crawl space insulation
- Exposed floor insulation
- Basement Slab
- Exterior wall insulation
- Attic insulation
Discover 7 ways to better insulate your home and save
Insulation and air sealing can make your home more comfortable and quiet, while saving energy and reducing heating costs by up to 10% per year.
An unfinished basement can be cold and damp. Add some basement header insulation to help reduce your home heating costs and add more living space to your home.
Insulate the concrete your house is built on for warmer toes, lower bills, and added living space in your basement.
Ceilings are an important part of home insulation. Better insulation keeps heat from rising, and can potentially address issues like moisture in your attic, or ice-damming on your roof.
Exposed floors may leak air, feel cold all winter, and at their worst, have zero insulation value. If they contain plumbing, the pipes may freeze: an expensive problem.
Insulating your walls is like dressing for the weather. Just as a sweater helps keep you warm, wall insulation helps keep your house warm—even on a cold winter night.
Over 50% of your energy costs come from home heating. By insulating your home’s foundation, you’ll be keeping the heat in, and your bills low.
Potential rebates of $30 - $5,000
Upgrading your insulation is just one way to improve your home’s energy efficiency and same money.
A Home Energy Assessment is the best way to discover how to save energy. In a 2-3 hour assessment, an Energy Advisor will review your home for insulation levels, air leakage, and mechanical systems. Take advantage of rebates on qualifying upgrades.
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