Will a Home Energy Assessment Help You Save?
Supported by Energize Connecticut — Start Saving Today!
When you sign up for a home energy audit with Aiello, you’ll receive a visit from an EVERSOURCE-authorized contractor (formerly CL&P) who will make on-the-spot improvements like caulking and sealing critical air leaks, replacing older less-efficient light bulbs, and more.
The contractor will also work with you to create energy-efficiency goals to help you save money on your home heating and cooling bills both in the short term and throughout the year.
With a copay of only $124, you’ll start saving on your utility bills in no time!
Home Air Sealing
Air Duct Test
Saving on Hot Water
Foam Wraps for Hot Water Pipes
Information for Saving Even More
Light Bulb Replacements
Door Sweeps & Weather Stripping
Incentives for Other Upgrades
Personal Energy Review
Our Goal is to Make Your Home a Healthier Place for You
The Home Energy Assessment is a comprehensive energy audit that provides immediate energy savings and will also work with you to establish a plan to save energy and money in the long-term. Your co-pay for the home energy audit, established by CL&P (now EVERSOURCE) Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund, is $124.00 for homes heated with natural gas, electricity, propane, or home heating oil.
At Aiello Home Services, it’s been our mission for more than 85 years to help make your home not just healthier — but safe and comfortable, too.
Expect Savings With Aiello Home Services
At only $124, the Home Energy Assessment is a great value for homeowners looking to save on their utility bills!
Savings vary based on a number of factors, so it’s important to schedule your home energy audit so our technicians can speak with you about your home’s unique features — lighting, appliances, heating and cooling system, building envelope, water heater, and more.
We’re confident that we can increase your energy savings with a home energy audit, and we’re ready to prove it. Give us a call at 860-265-1044 or contact us online to schedule a home energy audit and say, “Hello, Aiello!”