Energy-saving products worth up to $200 may be installed at no additional cost to you as part of your Home Energy Audit. These products are subject to change and may include LED light bulbs, an LED nightlight, a smart power strip, pipe insulation, a showerhead, and kitchen and bath faucet aerators, depending on the type of water heat in the home.
- LEDs use up to 90 percent less energy and can save an average of $80 in energy costs over their lifetime compared to traditional incandescent bulbs. A popular residential option, ENERGY STAR® light-emitting diodes, or LEDs, can be installed in bathrooms, permanent fixtures, ceiling fans, chandeliers and other high-usage areas.*
- Faucet aerators use up to 55 percent less water than traditional 2.2-gallons-per-minute (gpm) faucets, which can reduce water and sewer costs, as well as the amount of energy used to heat the water.*
- Showerheads use up to 40 percent less water than traditional 2.5-gpm showerheads, which can reduce water and sewer costs, as well as the amount of energy used to heat the water.*
Yes. Unlike CFLs, LEDs do not contain mercury and are not harmful to the environment if broken.
It is important that the LED remain intact to prevent injury from broken or crushed bulbs. For more details, including local recycling locations and contact information for recycling in your area, visit earth911.com or epa.gov/bulb recycling.
We only install engineered aerators designed to perform the same task using less water more efficiently.
Energy-saving aerators mix air and water to provide the correct surface area coverage for completing tasks. Chances are you will not even notice that the flow rate has changed.
Energy-efficient fixtures are designed to complete the same task while utilizing less water. Since your water is heated with electricity, using less hot water will additionally lower your electric bills.
The water temperature will not be affected by the energy-efficient fixtures. The temperature will still be controlled by your fixture.
Monthly savings are based on individual usage of both water and electric services.
The average life of an LED bulb, based on three hours of usage per day, is about 22.8 years. Life is based on individual use per bulb.
If there are any unsecured pets or unattended minors upon our arrival, we will not be able to enter to perform the audit or installation. During product installation, we ask that all small children be kept at a safe distance from the work area. The installers will provide further direction once on-site.