Making your home more energy efficient can seem like a daunting and expensive undertaking, but it doesn’t have to be. Home renovations can be very costly, but knowing exactly what needs to be done to lower energy costs can help one make informed.Qualified energy efficiency improvements include: Energy-efficient exterior windows, doors and skylights; Improving Heating, Cooling, and Ventilation Systems; Roof Replacement; Painting & Stucco; Installing renewable energy systems. Having a home energy audit by a professional can be very helpful in determining what can be done to improve energy efficiency. Request Your Free Consultation
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When it comes to financing options, NRG Upgrade gives you the opportunity to upgrade your home without the heavy burden of high upfront costs. We work with several Financing programs , to help our clients find the suitable option for them.
We guide our clients throughout the process, first by reviewing all available options, then by selecting the most suitable one.
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Renovations offer the perfect opportunity to make your home more energy… Read more
What improvements you can do at home to reduce the energy consumption?
What are considered energy efficient improvements?
Qualified energy efficiency improvements include the following qualifying products: Energy-efficient exterior windows, doors and skylights… Read more
What kind of remodeling do NRG Upgrade do?
Kitchen, bathrooms, patios, architectural plans, new construction, and more. We can draft new plans or work with existing plans… Read more
How long do remodeling project last ?
As a rough guideline, most renovation projects we work on can be completed in 3 to 9 months, depending on the size of the house, the scope… Read more
Using diagnostics such as a blower door test, where a doorway seal and fan measure a home’s air exchange rate to detect leaks, and a… Read more
How do I know if my house is energy efficient?