Quality Contractor Network

When it comes to energy efficiency measures, the installation is as important as the materials. The better the installation, the more comfortable and efficient your home will be. It’s just that simple.

That’s why TVA and your local power company have developed the Quality Contractor Network (QCN) as part of the EnergyRight Solutions Programs. QCN members have the skill and the knowledge to help you find the right upgrades and/or systems for your home, install them properly, service any equipment down the road and even coordinate financing through your local power company (where available).

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All QCN members must meet the participation guidelines set forth by TVA. A QCN member can assess your home and equipment and make recommendations for equipment replacement as well as install it. TVA QCN members are encouraged to provide quick, courteous service that works with your schedule.

Finally, QCN members can help coordinate low-interest loans through your local power company (where available).

Choosing Your Contractor

When consulting a new contractor there are a few important steps you should take. Always ask the contractor if he or she is a member of TVA’s Quality Contractor Network. Ask the QCN for references, and use these to find out whether other customers were satisfied.

Get at least three written estimates with details on work to be performed, as well as the efficiency of the equipment to be installed.

If you’d like a list of Quality Contractor Network members near you, contact your local power company or register at www.2escore.com.

Are you a contractor who wants to become a part of our Quality Contractor Network?

Get in touch with your local power company for more information, or register at www.2escore.com.

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Quality Contractor Network Resources

Are you a member of our Quality Contractor Network? If so, find helpful resources here.