Home Performance with ENERGY STAR (HPwES)
Eligible Delaware homeowners receive an immediate 50% discount (max. $200) bringing the cost of the HPwES audit down to $200 (in most cases). Homeowners also receive the following energy-saving items (up to a $220 value) at no additional cost: light bulbs, showerheads, faucet aerators, pipe insulation, and smart power strips - contact for complete details.
Click here or call 877-524-1339 to have our on-staff Energy Advisors contact you to:
- Answer questions about the process, typical upgrades, and available rebates (up to $4,500)
- Schedule and conduct the HPwES energy audit (click here to view a sample audit video)
- Review your HPwES audit report and recommended improvements
- Explain special 5.99% home energy loans and financing up to $15,000 (for up to 10 years)
- Recommend participating contractors who can complete the recommended work
- Help you review bids and contracts from participating contractors
- Assist you at any time along the way - we are here to help!
BPI-certified Energize Delaware HPwES participating contractors can also conduct your HPwES energy audit. These approved contractors are specifically trained and certified to use the most advanced, state-of-the-art equipment to test your home and identify energy efficiency improvements throughout your home, top to bottom, inside and out. After the audit, they can provide you with a detailed list of energy-saving, comfort-improving recommendations, as well as a detailed work order. Then, at your direction, they will complete the energy-saving improvements to your home and secure your Energize Delaware rebates (up to $4,500). They do it all - saving you time, hassle, and money.
Special note: For your peace-of-mind, HPwES energy audits and home energy improvements completed by our participating contractors are randomly checked by on-staff QA/QC personnel to ensure quality of workmanship and resident's safety and health.
Energize Delaware is proud to be a local sponsor of Home Performance with ENERGY STAR®, a national program from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).