Home Energy Assessments

What is a Home Energy Assessment?

An Energy Specialist will visit to assess your home’s current energy use and provide a custom list of energy-saving recommendations for your home, and will help you develop a plan to make your home more efficient. What you should expect:

  • A Home Energy Assessment usually takes 1.5 to 2.5 hours
  • All key decision-makers should be present at the assessment
  • The specialist will help you develop an energy plan and explain applicable incentives

Your no-cost Home Energy Assessment includes:
Personalized report outlining recommended energy efficiency improvements
Installation of no-cost immediate savings measures such as compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs), programmable thermostats, and water saving devices, as needed

  • Screening for eligibility for the ENERGY STAR® refrigerator rebate
  • Air Sealing and Insulation specification, if applicable
  • Infrared Testing, if applicable
  • Combustion Safety Testing

Learn about rebates and incentives
Generous weatherization rebates of 75%, up to $2000 towards the cost of the work, and other incentives are available to qualifying Massachusetts residents. Learn more

Get started today
To begin, take the Online Home Energy Assessment. Through this, you’ll learn if your home is a good candidate for an in-home assessment. If your profile indicates that you are a good candidate, schedule your no-cost Home Energy Assessment with a Mass Save Energy Specialist by calling 866-527-SAVE (7283) or have a Mass Save® Participating Contractor start the process for you.

Home Energy Assessments: What to Expect: