What would you do with a $4,000 incentive to upgrade the comfort, health and efficiency of your home? How about $8,000? no you can't buy a new tv and solar is probably not the answer
Energy Upgrade California™ offers up to $4,000 to make upgrades to your home including:
- Attic, Wall and/or Crawlspace Insulation
- Building Air Sealing
- Heating and Air Conditioning improvements
- High Efficiency Water Heater (gas or electric)
- High Efficiency Appliances
- Lighting Upgrades
The best part of this program is you can use a third party such as Anchors Aweigh Energy , whose only interest is providing you with the information you need to make the best decisions possible when it comes to investments in your home. We perform the diagnostic testing and computer modeling of your home and work with in your budget while maximizing the energy savings and incentives. This model is then used to generate a cost effective list of improvements which are required as part of the Energy Upgrade California. You can choose how many or few upgrades to complete with the Advanced program. The difference between the advanced and basic path is the basic path is prescriptive, it requires you do certain things to comply. The Advanced path allows more flexibility to achieve higher savings and more options. The efficiency improvement modeled in the software determines your incentive amount.
Incentives start at $1,250 for a 10% improvement and increasing $500 for each 5% up to $4,000 for a 40% improvement as part of the Advanced Path or better called the Customized Approach. The model of your home determines your incentive amount based on your selected upgrades. An Energy Audit is performed before and after upgrades are completed to ensure your home met the upgrade targets. Matching funds may be available in your area, some projects AAE has been involved with received 0% financing and $4,000 in matching funds from the City of San Diego in addition to the $4,000 incentive from the utility program. There are also incentives available to have your home audited by HERS 2 raters such as Anchors Aweigh Energy when your home is scored on the HERS index and certified.
Combustion Safety Testing and Carbon Monoxide testing is conducted as part of our audits. Please contact authority’s immediately if you suspect carbon monoxide issues in your home. Contact Anchors Aweigh Energy for questions about carbon monoxide in your home.
Anchors Aweigh Energy is BPI and HERS II certified to provide you with customized strategies for your home to lower your energy bills while improving your homes comfort, health and safety.