Your home may be costing you more money than it should due to inefficient energy use. Commonly, energy you pay for in the form of heat or air conditioning escapes through leaks around windows and doors, insufficient attic insulation and leaking ducts. The first step to making your home more energy efficient is getting a home energy audit, where BPI accredited technicians using sophisticated equipment check your home for common sources of energy loss. They will prepare a detailed report outlining areas that could be improved and how much the work will cost. The best part is this service is completely free. It’s a great way to save on your utility bills and reduce your carbon footprint.
To get your free home energy audit, fill in the form below from Long Island Green Homes, a non-profit collaborative established to assist homeowners in making their homes more energy efficient.
If you are also interested in free NEST thermostats and $600 energy efficient pool pump rebates through the new South Fork Peak Savers program, be sure check the Smart Thermostat and In-ground pool check box below.
The Long Island Green Homes Initiative is a partnership of the Town of East Hampton and other Long Island towns, not-for-profit community-based organizations like Renewable Energy Long Island, and Molloy College to help Long Islanders improve the energy efficiency of their homes.
reLI’s mission is to empower communities on Long Island and beyond through renewable energy outreach and education. We do this by 1) serving as a resource to help communities join the global 100% renewable energy movement, and 2) providing consumer-friendly information on commercial and residential clean energy technologies such as solar, wind and energy efficiency. Our website features a clean energy contractor locator making it simple to connect customers and clean energy companies.