Being energy efficient is easy. And if you need some pointers, eligible Duke Energy homeowners can sign up for a free home energy assessment.
More than 400,000 assessments have been performed so far, and by making simple changes, you can reduce energy use and save money.
In this video, energy efficiency specialist Gordon Appleton shows homeowner Ellen Tarantur what to look for and how to save energy. That’s what you can expect on your assessment. A specialist will review insulation around doors, windows, plumbing and ductwork, heating and cooling systems, water heaters and thermostat settings. You’ll also receive an Energy Efficiency Starter Kit containing LEDs, energy-efficient showerhead and more.
How you can get a free home energy assessment
Eligible homeowners in the Carolinas and Midwest and Florida can get a free assessment, which includes an Energy Efficiency Starter Kit containing LEDs, an energy-efficient showerhead, switch and outlet energy seals and more.