With endless opportunities to improve your home’s energy efficiency, you might ask, “Where do I start?” Our helpful advice and guidelines offer you many ways to learn about making your home more energy efficient—from air sealing and attic insulation to your home’s heating and cooling systems. The more you know, the better conversation you’ll have with your TVA-certified energy advisor.
Air sealing the envelope or shell of your home with caulk, weather stripping and other materials is a fundamental step in making your home more energy efficient. Learn how to acquire a rebate for air sealing through the eScore program.
Proper attic insulation provides a continuous boundary of insulation between the conditioned space and the unconditioned space. Attic insulation helps keep the home warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Find out how to earn a rebate on attic insulation via eScore!
Your duct system is responsible for efficiently distributing conditioned air throughout your home. Potential savings from a high efficiency HVAC unit can be negated if conditioned air is leaking into your attic and crawlspace through gaps in your ductwork.
If your heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment is more than 10 years old, not keeping your home comfortable or needs frequent repairs, it may be time to replace your unit. Learn more on how to earn eScore rebates on HVAC replacements.
A heat pump water heater uses common refrigeration technology to make your water heater much more energy efficient. Find out more about how to earn a rebate on a heat pump water heater via eScore.
Energy efficient windows, doors and skylights will lower your energy bills and help keep your home’s temperature comfortable. Discover how to earn a rebate on windows and doors through the eScore program!