There are a number of ways to make your house more healthy, comfortable, and efficient.
Replace your roof
If your roof is 15 to 20 years old, replace it for better protection against leaks and outside heat. This is also a good time to make sure the roof area is properly insulated.
Install or upgrade insulation
Insulation keeps heat out during the summer and in during the winter. This reduces stress on your heating and cooling systems and lowers your utility bills.
Seal air leaks
Air sealing eliminates holes, cracks, and gaps which allow outside air to enter. You’ll notice greater energy savings, fewer drafts, and enhanced indoor comfort.
Replace your siding
If you have old siding, replace it for better protection against moisture and outside air. This is also a good time to make sure your exterior walls are well insulated.
Upgrade your windows & doors
If you have old windows and doors, consider upgrading to new and energy efficient ones. They will make indoor temperatures more consistent.
Get an energy audit
Not sure which improvements your house needs? An energy audit will assess your home’s health and tell you which upgrades to make first.
Save with rebates
Worried about the upfront cost of your home improvement project? Don’t be! There are many valuable rebates available for these types of upgrades.
We help homeowners make smart, healthy home upgrades while saving through local rebate programs. Find out which upgrades are best for you!