According to California Center for Sustainable Energy: Energy Upgrade California™ Home Upgrade is a program that gives you resources to address energy efficiency and home performance issues. A Home Upgrade participating contractor or rater will work with you step-by-step to determine the right solutions for your home, provide access to rebates between $1,000 and $4,500 and create a customized financing solution for your budget. By Amber Archangel
The following is a California Center for Sustainable Energy news release:
Take Action with Energy Upgrade California Home Upgrade
Home Energy Upgrade Stories in San Diego
San Diego homeowners share the benefits of home energy upgrades that include “whole house” air sealing, attic and crawlspace insulation, dual-pane sliding doors and windows, ENERGY STAR appliances and other efficiency measures.
Working synergistically, the upgrades eliminate drafts and hot-spots, reduce indoor dust and mold, reduce the need for maintenance of mechanical systems, reduce safety problems associated with natural gas appliances and lower monthly utility bills.
Energy Upgrade California Home Upgrade involves a “whole house” approach to test, diagnose and fix health and safety issues and deficiencies in building leakage, insulation, heating and air conditioning systems, water heaters, appliances and lighting that waste energy. Home Upgrade provides rebates to help pay for the efficiency measures.
Saving energy and money is important.
So are quality-of-life issues such as comfortable indoor temperatures, healthy indoor air quality and safe natural gas-burning appliances. A home energy upgrade reduces wasted energy while increasing your home’s comfort, health and safety.
A Home Upgrade participating contractor or rater will work with you step-by-step to determine the right solutions for your home, provide access to rebates between $1,000 and $4,500 and create a customized financing solution for your budget.
Take action in your home with three easy steps:
For more information, visit energycenter.org/homeupgrade.