Whether your home was built in 1905 or 2005, chances are good that you could take steps to improve its energy efficiency. Small actions like turning down your thermostat when no one’s home, using cold water to do laundry, and turning off lights and electronics when they’re not in use can make a difference on your energy bills. Bigger steps like replacing inefficient appliances or your home’s heating system and adding insulation can lead to even greater savings and can make your home healthier, safer, and more comfortable.
The Community Power Works home energy upgrade process consists of three phases: (1) conducting a home energy assessment, (2) connecting with a Community Power Works-approved contractor to choose and implement your upgrades, and (3) receiving a free quality assurance inspection when the work is complete.
After you complete a home energy upgrade, your home will be more comfortable and you’ll see the energy savings on your monthly bills. Explore this section of the site to learn more about the home energy assessment, energy incentives, financing options, and our Community Power Works-approved contractors.