Save money and make your home comfortable with HCBA's Energy Savers Grant
HCBA Energy Savers Grant is offering Historic Chicago Bungalow owners free attic insulation and air-sealing:
Learn more about the HCBA Energy Savers Grant and eligibility.
The Historic Chicago Bungalow Association is a member of the Retrofit Chicago Single Family Residential Partnership, which provides homeowners with a simple, one-stop shop for energy efficiency. By calling our partner Energy Impact Illinois at 855-9-IMPACT, homeowners can learn more about all of the additional money saving energy efficiency programs available to them, such as MeterSave and Direct Installs. Homeowners can save up to 30% on their energy bills and increase the comfort of their home.
Energy Impact Illinois is offering homeowners who are not eligible for our Energy$avers Grant a $99 home energy assessment from a participating contractors. Most homeowners will qualify for instant rebates from their utility and those that achieve an energy savings of 15% or more will receive Illinois Home Performance with ENERGY STAR certification. Visit www.EnergyImpactIllinois.org or call 1-855-9-Impact for details.
City of Chicago MeterSave is offering homeowners free installation of water meters, a 7-year guarantee that your water bill will be no higher than it would have been without the meter, and a free rain barrel or water conservation kit.
Peoples Gas Natural Gas Savings Program is offering homeowners free installation of faucet aerators, showerheads, pipe insulation, and programmable thermostats; rebates up to $600 for qualifying boilers, furnaces and water heaters; and rebates for boiler reset controls and attic insulation projects.
ComEd’s Smart Ideas for Your Home® is offering homeowners in-store discounts on ENERGY STAR® qualified lighting products and clothes washing machines – look for the Smart Ideas sticker on qualifying units. ComEd is also offering:
By calling 855-9-IMPACT, homeowners can learn more about all of the money saving energy efficiency programs available to them and can request an energy assessment. Further information also provided at: www.chicagosustainability.org