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Reduce the amount of energy needed to heat and cool your home

Get an assessment, make recommended upgrades, and consider using energy efficient products and services. Click on the links below to learn more about different ways to make your home healthier and more energy efficient.

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Save money and energy. Our free energy coach can help you answer your home and building energy questions. Consultations are available in English and Spanish.

Start with a home assessment. Questions about that? Schedule a call with our energy coach!


A professional home performance contractor uses building science technology to assess and recommend what you can do to optimize indoor air quality, energy efficiency, and comfort in your home. Recommendations may include insulation, weather stripping, whole house fresh air system, whole house air filtration or purification systems, and energy-saving retrofits. Schedule an energy assessment today!

Once you have your assessment report, take the recommended actions made by your auditor to reduce the amount of energy you need to heat and cool your home, improve air quality, make your home more comfortable, and save on your energy bills.

 

Recommendations may include insulation, weather stripping, whole house fresh air system, whole house air filtration or purification systems, and energy-saving retrofits. There are a number of ways you can improve your energy consumption before you even have your assessment!

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An electric hot water heater is a great alternative to a gas water heater because the more you optimize energy efficiency in your home, the more money you’ll be saving on energy bills (and carbon emissions)!

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When it comes time for a replacement or an upgrade to your old oil or gas or air conditioning system, consider heat pumps to get your home off fossil fuels, improve indoor air quality, and use less energy. Air source or ground source (geothermal) heat pumps are quiet, efficient and clean; they cool in summer and heat in winter and they run on electricity.


Learn about federal and state incentives, financing, and find a certified installer to give you an estimate.

YOUR NEIGHBORS ARE SAVING

“Bedford 2020 performed a post-analysis of what we saved after undergoing the renovations. The year after installing the new boiler and insulation, we used roughly 30 percent less energy and saved 50 percent in overall heating costs. We ended up saving considerable money and are continuing to save even more.”
-Andy Chintz, a Katonah resident.