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What to expect from a ComEd assessment

Updated: Jan 24, 2019

Econet Co-Chair Dick Alton passes on this testimony from Sally Stovall:

Note to friends and colleagues: Dick asked me to tell you about my experience with this energy assessment that is now being offered. It is not a full energy audit, but it provides several energy-saving options that are useful to most homes, condos and apartments. I did decide to purchase an EcoBee Smart thermostat for $75 (discounted from an average retail price of $169 and installed for free.) The program is a nice perk that I encourage you to take advantage of. More details are below and online. – Sally Stovall, 773-315-1109


Home Energy Assessment with Com Ed and your natural gas company

ComEd customers have opportunities to reduce energy usage with a FREE energy assessment that includes free and discounted products for your home. ComEd has partnered with your natural gas utility to bring electric and natural gas savings to you.


FREE Energy-Saving Products

Homeowners can reduce energy use with FREE installation of the following FREE products:

ENERGY STAR® certified LEDsWaterSense® certified showerheadsWaterSense certified faucet aerators for bathrooms and kitchensHot water pipe insulationAdvanced power strips* (not installed)


More Options

ecobee4 and ecobee3 lite smart thermostats are available for purchase at a discount during the assessment and include FREE installation. Only smart thermostats purchased during the assessment are eligible for installation. The Thermostat Options Sheet (pdf) can help you choose the right thermostat for you.

Questions? View the Home Energy Assessment FAQs.


FREE Personalized Report

During your FREE assessment, you will also receive a personalized report identifying additional ways to save.


Eligibility

Owners of single-family homes, two-flats, condos and townhomes are eligible. Renters in these building types are also eligible, with permission from their landlord.

Products must be installed by the energy advisor, and the energy advisor will not move furniture. The energy advisor will not install the energy-saving products if they are not confident they can install them safely or without damaging property. LED bulbs will be installed only in fixtures with existing incandescent or halogen bulbs that are in use for at least two hours per day.


Homeowners, call 1-855-433-2700 to schedule your assessment.

Details: https://www.comed.com/WaysToSave/ForYourHome/Pages/SingleFamily.aspx


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