My utility bills are above what I expected: what can I do?
Do your utilities bills seem too high? Do they just not make sense? Are they hard to lower?
A Mass Save Home Energy Assessment (HEA) can help. And more good news: it's no-cost because, as a National Grid or Eversource customer you have already been paying for this program!2
If you have not had your home assessed in the last 2 years, you can have it done again.
Volunteers in Wayland contacted numerous firms and chose to work with HomeWorks to provide the Mass Save HEA because of their track record.
During your assessment, HomeWorks will identify any and all opportunities for improvement. The home auditor will also provide free LED bulbs to replace incandescent bulbs; test your home heating systems for harmful emissions; identify opportunities to insulate, reduce drafts, repair or upgrade heating/cooling systems, and identify all the state and other financial incentives that you are eligible for. It’s one stop shopping!
If you live in a condo then HomeWorks cannot help, but you can still get an assessment! The organization who assigns condo assessments is Multifamily Market Integrators. Check them out here
1. Sign up for a FREE home energy assessment, here
2. Or call HomeWorks at 781.305.3319
3. Or email them at [email protected]
If you live in a condo then HomeWorks cannot help, but you can still get an assessment! The organization who assigns condo assessments is Multifamily Market Integrator.
1. Call them at 1-800-594-7277.
2. Sign-up is here
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