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Noonan Energy and your home comfort system both work hard to ensure that your home stays warm through the winter and cool through the summer, but all that work is for naught if the heat or air conditioning never makes its way to you. Unfortunately, the warm air coming from your furnace or boiler and the cool air coming from your air conditioner could both be escaping through tiny cracks in your home's vents and outer shell, wasting your hard-earned energy dollars.
If you're a National Grid or Eversource customer, Noonan's No-Cost Home Energy Assessment through the Mass Save® Home Energy Services Program can determine where and how your home is wasting energy and which improvements can be made to keep your home comfortable and energy efficient throughout the year.
The program includes:
1) Schedule Your Home Energy Assessment (must be a National Grid or Eversource customer)
2) Plan Your Improvements
3) Installation of Improvements
Noonan Energy installs a number of FREE efficiency boosters, including LED bulbs, powerstrips and updated thermostats. These little devices can have a BIG impact on your home's environmental footprint. Of course, high-efficiency heating and cooling systems are available for even bigger energy savings.
After making these energy-efficient home improvements, you may be entitled to state-sponsored tax rebates through the Mass Save® Program. These rebates could easily total hundreds or even thousands of dollars. And according to the U.S. Department of Energy, you can save 5 to 30 percent on your energy bills by making the upgrades identified in your home energy audit.
So what are you waiting for? Call or contact Noonan Energy today to schedule your Home Energy Audit.
With today's volatile energy prices, now is a good time to practice energy conservation. Every effort you make, no matter how big or small, will help you save money - and energy - during the heating season. Here are five conservation tips to get you started: