Whether you are making a few small changes, investing in major upgrades or equipment replacements, or building a new house, Mass Save® has valuable incentives, services, and information. By taking a “whole-house” approach and starting with a home energy assessment, you can reduce energy waste in your home quickly and over the long term.
Home Energy Assessments
No-cost Mass Save® Home Energy Assessments help residents, landlords, and multi-family building owners identify cost-effective energy efficiency improvement or replacement opportunities. An initial Assessment can be done online to determine your energy efficiency profile. If you are a good candidate for an in-home Assessment, a typical single-family home assessment takes about 2 hours and can provide years of energy savings. We can arrange an appointment with a Mass Save energy specialist or help you find a certified contractor.
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Ways to Save: Incentives and Rebates
Mass Save® can help you find a wide range of financial incentives for replacing or upgrading your lighting, appliances, or heating and cooling systems. You may also qualify for no-cost loans or discounts on insulation and weatherization services. All you have to do is tell us your town or ZIP code and how you heat your home. We’ll show you the incentives that are being offered in your service area.
Information, Tips, and Demos
The Mass Save® website features lots of useful information about energy efficiency—from recycling your old appliances to choosing the right heating equipment. The Mass Save® Learning Center is a great place to look for general information and resources. You’ll find detailed information about Lighting & Appliances, Heating & Cooling, or Building a House or Addition in each of those sections.
For additional information on energy savings measures you can implement, please view our Energy Efficiency Tips page.
Tools and Resources
Mass Save® provides links to help you locate a lighting or appliance retailer in your area, find a certified contractor, contact a Community Action Program (CAP), and more. If you already know what you’re looking for, use the Quick Tools link to go straight to a list of available resources.
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