Incentives up to $3,000, plus $150 combustion safety test rebate
Home Upgrade combines multiple improvements to increase your home's overall energy efficiency, saving you energy and money. Work with a Home Energy Advisor or Participating Contractor and combine at least three total upgrade measures and a minimum of 150 points to be eligible (200 points for homes built between 1993–2001). Eligible improvements include building air sealing, duct sealing, high-efficiency appliances (furnaces, air conditioners, hot water heaters), energy-efficient windows, and insulation (attic, wall, floor and/or ducts). Single family, detached homes built 2001 or earlier are eligible to receive Home Upgrade rebates. — Click HERE to learn more and for a list of eligible measures and installation requirements
Incentives up to $5,500, plus $300 Assessment Incentive
Your Participating Contractor will complete a thorough energy assessment of your home using special diagnostic equipment to determine exactly where your home is wasting energy. Then, through energy modeling software, your contractor will assess the potential energy savings associated with recommended improvements. You must reach a minimum 10% energy savings according to the modeled prediction to participate. You could be eligible for up to $5,500 in incentives according to the modeled energy savings percentage. Single family, detached homes as well as homes of 2-4 units are eligible to receive Advanced Home Upgrade rebates. — Learn More
Incentives up to $250
Home Energy Score is an easy way to see how energy efficient your home is compared to other homes. On a 1 to 10 scale, you’ll learn how much energy your home is expected to use, and you’ll receive suggestions for home efficiency and comfort improvements. Contact a Home Energy Advisor to learn how to combine a Home Energy Score with a Home Upgrade or visit HomeScoreCA.org for more information.
Financing options are available to help you complete your Home Upgrade. Whether you are interested in local PACE financing or statewide financing options, a Home Energy Advisor can help you find lenders that fit your preferences, all at competitive rates.