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Reduce the amount of energy needed to heat and cool your home by getting an assessment, making recommended upgrades, and consider using energy efficient products and devices.

GET A HOME ENERGY ASSESSMENT + UPGRADE

GET A HOME ENERGY ASSESSMENT + UPGRADE

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Start with a home assessment and then make improvements to have a healthier home and save energy. 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 some recommended action 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. 

LOCAL RESOURCES:

Get started with a home assessment. Contact Lauren at Sustainable Westchester at 914-242-4725 x122 and visit Sustainable Westchester: Energy Efficiency 

Comfy’s Path to Home Energy Savings

What to expect from a home performance assessment 

Home Energy Audit Video from DOE 

How to hire a the right home performance contractor

Need help understanding your Home assessment report? Contact us.

SAVE MONEY ON YOUR ENERGY BILLS LIKE YOUR BEDFORD NEIGHBORS!

Eliminate drafts, lower your energy bills, and increase the value of your home. Take a peek at how your neighbors have boosted their home’s energy performance. 

INSTALL ENERGY SAVING DEVICES AND PRODUCTS

INSTALL ENERGY SAVING DEVICES AND PRODUCTS

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Energy saving devices and products like advanced power strips, efficient appliances, LEDs will help you use less electricity in your home. Programmable or Smart thermostats automatically adjust heating and cooling for both comfort and savings.

Incentives may be available through your utility, or work with a local contractor to maximize your in-home energy savings.

The more you can optimize energy efficiency the more you save energy which saves on carbon emissions and energy bills.

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.

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