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Home Performance with ENERGY STAR®

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Working with New Jersey Utility Providers, Allied Experts can help you take advantage of the various rebates and incentives available.

Take a “whole-home” approach to energy efficiency—and reduce your costs by up to 25%.*

Every home comes with its own quirks—and questions. Do you find it hard to figure out why temperatures are uneven from room to room, your energy bills always seem too high, or you’re not as comfortable as you could be?

Home Performance with ENERGY STAR® can help you enjoy every room while lowering your energy costs by up to 25%.* Plus, you can get rebates from your utility provider to make energy-saving home improvements.

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How You Can Participate

To get started making your home more energy efficient, schedule a home energy audit with Allied Experts. Next, depending on the results of your evaluation, you could qualify for rebates up to $5,000** and be eligible for a no interest, on-bill repayment program to help pay for your upgrades.

What to Expect

A certified professional from Allied Experts will come to your home to test the following:

  • Health and safety check (carbon monoxide levels, moisture, indoor air quality)
  • Overall comfort level (cold/hot spots, indoor air quality, stuffiness, stale odors)
  • Air sealing opportunities
  • Insulation levels
  • Heating system efficiency
  • Cooling system/central air conditioning efficiency (if applicable)
  • Hot water system

Within a week, you’ll receive a custom report with recommendations about steps you can take to reduce your energy use, control costs, and take advantage of rebates and financing options.

** Up to $5,000 in rebates and energy savings depends on make and model of equipment selected and installation. Any savings are estimated and results may vary. PSE&G does not guarantee the amount of energy or money you may save by implementing the recommended changes.

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