Community Energy Challenge - Residential
Right now it's easier than ever to reduce your energy costs,
improve your comfort, and increase your house's value!
The One Stop Energy Shop leads you through
every step of the way.
Fill out the online form to indicate your interest in the program and one of our staff will get back to you with more information.
An energy assessment from the One Stop Energy Shop will help you address home comfort issues and reveal opportunities to lower your energy bills through insulation, air sealing and other proven measures. An assessment only costs $195 (a service valued at $600), $95 of which will be rebated if you choose to complete any of the recommendations through the CEC.
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Step 2: We provide a customized Energy Action Plan.
After a thorough home inspection, your Home Energy Advisor produces a full-color home energy report documenting existing conditions. This report comes with a customized Energy Action Plan detailing quick fix, low-cost and long-term recommendations.
Step 3: We help you reduce energy use and find affordable upgrades.
Once a variety of cost-effective energy efficiency solutions have been presented, we will guide you through the process of enacting these measures. The One Stop Energy Shop connects you with cash incentives, reliable contractors, quality assurance, and ongoing technical assistance. Get ready to watch the savings roll in!
Want to get your name on the list today?
Click here to request an energy assessment.
We will contact you with some additional questions and get you started. (Please note that due to widespread interest in the program availabilities are filling up fast and it may be a number of months until we can get to your home.)
For a detailed description of of CEC cash incentives click here.
For any additional questions please contact us at email@example.com or 360-676-6099.
This project was supported by Subcontract No. DE-EE0000139 awarded by U.S. Department of Energy. Points of view in this document are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U.S. Department of Energy. Subcontract funds are administered by the Washington State University Extension Energy Program.