Looking for ways to make your home more energy efficient, reduce your utility bills or increase your overall comfort?
Efficiency Works Homes offers homeowners and renters rebates for efficiency upgrades big or small. Rebates are offered on everything from heat pumps to air conditioning units, smart thermostats and LED light bulbs. Learn more about eligibility requirements and the different types of rebate offerings below.
BONUS REBATE ENDS SOON: Until September 30, 2023, all-electric homes (Homes without a natural gas meter. Propane is allowed.) are currently eligible for 3x the normal rebate on the following upgrades:
Air sealing and insulation
Heat pump water heaters
All work must be completed by Sept. 30 to receive the bonus rebate amount, including completion of all quality assurance and/or commissioning visits. There will be no exceptions to this timeline, including backordered equipment.
Are you looking to make major upgrades to increase the comfort and efficiency of your home? Efficiency Works offers competitive rebates on HVAC upgrades, insulation, air sealing, and windows. Click the link below to learn more about rebates and eligibility requirements. All upgrades must be installed by an participating service provider.
Eligible customers can get instant rebates on smart thermostats, LED lighting, efficient water products and more. Sign up to be on our mailing list to receive emails on upcoming sales to save even more on efficiency products.
Efficiency Works and our partner utilities offer rebates on various energy and water efficiency products purchased at local and online retailers and for recycling your old refrigerator or freezer. Click the link below to learn more about these rebate offerings and how to apply for a rebate.
Get rebates on retrofit projects in three easy steps.
Verify eligibility and schedule your assessment
Rebates are available to single family detached homes, attached townhomes or multifamily units (4 or fewer units per building) in our utility partner territories. Get a home assessment to learn what upgrades might be best for your home.