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November is a month of transition. As the days grow shorter and temperatures drop, many of us start to think about preparing our homes for the winter season. One of the best ways to do this is by making your home more energy efficient. Not only will it keep you warm and cozy during the colder months, but it will also save you money on your energy bills year-round. To help you achieve this, Revise, Inc presents its smart shopping list for an energy-efficient home.


Smart Thermostat:

Upgrade to a smart thermostat that learns your heating and cooling patterns and adjusts accordingly. This not only enhances comfort but also reduces energy waste. Mass Save® provides rebates for smart thermostat installations.

Weatherstripping and Caulking:

Seal gaps around doors and windows with weatherstripping and caulk. Preventing drafts can significantly reduce your heating and cooling costs. With a Mass Save® no-cost Home Energy Assessment may offer no-cost weatherization services, helping you identify and seal those energy-wasting gaps.

Programmable Power Strips:

Plug your electronic devices into programmable power strips. These smart strips cut off power to devices that are not in use, preventing phantom energy consumption. Mass Save offers incentives for energy-saving devices like these.

Energy-Efficient Insulation:

If your home lacks proper insulation, consider adding it. Adequate insulation helps maintain a consistent temperature indoors and reduces the load on your heating and cooling systems. Mass Save provides no-cost or low-cost insulation upgrades.

High-Efficiency HVAC System:

If your heating or cooling system is outdated, upgrading to a high-efficiency system can result in substantial energy savings. Mass Save offers generous
rebates for qualified energy-efficient HVAC upgrades.

Solar Panels:

Investing in solar panels can turn your home into a net-zero energy consumer. You can generate your own electricity and even earn credits through net metering programs.

Energy-Efficient Windows and Doors:

Consider replacing old windows and doors with energy-efficient alternatives. Well-insulated windows and doors can help regulate indoor temperatures and reduce heating and cooling costs. Mass Save offers rebates for energy-efficient triple pane windows when replacing single pane.

Home Energy Assessment:

Schedule a home energy assessment with Revise, Inc. This assessment will identify areas where your home can become more energy-efficient and may even provide no-cost energy-saving upgrades.

Revise, Inc understands the importance of making your home energy-efficient and eco-friendly. As you shop for these upgrades, remember that Revise is here to support you. With no-cost energy-efficient upgrades and generous rebates on energy-efficient improvements, Revise can help you transform your home into a more sustainable, comfortable, and cost-effective space.
This November let’s take a proactive step toward energy efficiency and sustainability. By incorporating these items into your shopping list and taking advantage of Mass Save’s offerings, you’ll be well on your way to creating a more energy-efficient home for a greener future. Happy shopping and saving!