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Your home works just as hard keeping you cool through Connecticut summers as it does keeping you warm in winter! And the best way to make sure your home stays comfortable is with a Home Energy Solutions energy assessment.


Our energy experts will come to your home and assess your energy systems – not just air conditioning, but lighting, insulation, water heaters, doors, and windows too. Then they’ll make a series of on-the-spot energy-saving improvements that will help your home perform at peak efficiency.


You’ll get about $1,000 in services that save the average home around $200 a year in energy bills! Our energy experts will also show you other ways you can save even more with additional improvements.


Save 50% on insulation with rebates through the Home Energy Solutions program. And make sure your home is ready for winter.

Fill out the form on this page, or call 877-WISE USE to learn more.

Is Your Home Ready for Winter?

Natural gas and electric heat customers pay a $149 co-pay and oil and propane customers pay a $174 co-pay for the Home Energy Solutions service. Regardless of heating type there is a rebate available for the full cost of the co-pay if a customer completes an 

insulation recommendation from their Home Energy Solutions 

technician by 12.31.18.

 

Save energy, save money – best of all, keep warm and comfortable all winter long!

These services are available free of charge for income-eligible households that need it most. Call to find out how you can start saving today.

A Home Energy Solutions energy assessment saves energy, saves money, and helps keep your home warm and comfortable!

Call 877-WISE-USE (877-947-3873) or fill out the form below to learn more.

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Want to get started on saving energy in your home? Here are a few simple ways to get started.

  • 1. Changing your traditional incandescent lighting to LED lighting can save you as much as 90% on energy used for lighting.
  • 2. Wrapping your hot water pipes in your basement with foam pipe wrap is a cost effective way to reduce your water heating costs.
  • 3. Changing your air conditioner filters in your central system or window units will improve performance, improve air quality, and reduce energy use.
  • 4. Using ceiling fans and opening your windows on cooler summer nights will give your air conditioner a break and save money.
  • 5. Keep insulated drapes or shades closed in summer and open on sunny winter days.

© 2018 Energize Connecticut 

Energize Connecticut helps you save money and use clean energy. It is an initiative of the Energy Efficiency Fund, the Connecticut Green Bank, the state and your local electric and gas utilities, with funding from a charge on customer energy bills.