You CAN Afford to Improve Home Comfort This Spring

If there’s one thing that most New Englanders can agree on, it’s that our weather tends to be relatively unpredictable. Winter may have been warmer than usual for the most part, but just because it’s warm one day doesn’t mean it won’t snow the next. There is perhaps no region in the country where it’s more important to focus on home efficiency and weatherization, which ensures that your home is prepared for whatever elements may come its way.

While many homeowners believe that home upgrades are too expensive and out of their reach, the fact is that there are a number of financing options available, such as the Mass Save program.

What is Mass Save?

Mass Save is a program designed specifically with the goal of helping Massachusetts homeowners make valuable home upgrades without breaking the bank. As a participating contractor, it allows us to offer a home energy assessment to eligible customers, free of charge. Our home energy assessment serves as a comprehensive evaluation of your home and how it’s performing, including:

  • Diagnostic testing of heating and cooling systems
  • Blower door testing to identify air leaks

  • Replacements of incandescent light bulbs for CFLs or LEDs

  • Tailored home upgrade recommendations

Once you have your audit summary report in-hand, you’ll have the information you need to make the right home upgrades. Mass Save can help you to save 75%, up to $2,000, off insulation improvements. In addition, you can expect 0% financing through the HEAT Loan Program, rebates on heating equipment and more.

Recommended Home Upgrades

At Energia, we perform a number of different types of home upgrades, but two, in particular, tend to be the most effective across the board — air sealing and insulation.

Together, air sealing and insulation help to tighten-up the home’s building envelope, which means conditioned air stays inside where it belongs, to keep you more comfortable and help you save on your monthly bills. In addition to the insulation savings associated with Mass Save, eligible homeowners can expect up to 8-12 hours of free air sealing through the process.

We know that most homeowners in Massachusetts have to stick to a tight budget. We’ll do everything we can to get you the greatest savings possible, answering any questions you may have along the way.

This spring, it’s time to finally take control of home performance. Contact us today to learn more or to schedule an appointment.


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