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Even if you and your family are already conserving Energy Analy5
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For a $10 fee, you will get a complete inspection
of your home by an energy specialist from your utility. a
You will learn how effective your present insulation,
weatherstripping, caulking and other energy cost
savidg measures are, and you will be provided with
information on specific things you can do to reduce
energy waste.
You also will receive a written computer analysis
giving you estimates on how much recommended
improvements will cost and how long they will take to
pay for themselves. Information on contractors who
can do the work, details on financing, tax credits
and Home Weatherization Grants for low income
persons also will be provided. After the work is
completed, you may have it inspected by your utility.
Some of the recommendations may cost very little
or nothing at all.Some you may be able to do yourself.
Others will require the services of a contractor. In any
case, the Home Energy Analysis puts you under no
obligation to carry out any of the recommendations.
However, you probably will want to do at least some
of these, because now you will know a great deal
more about how to make your home energy efficient.
Whether or not you decide to have a
Home Energy Analysis, please read

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