McAllister…The Service Company is now offering a great way to save on high utility costs: Home Performance with ENERGY STAR® !
Finance Up to $10,000 at 0% Interest for Qualifying Homeowners!
The Home Performance energy audit is a comprehensive assessment of a home’s total energy footprint. In other words, our HVAC company will fully evaluate your home’s energy performance, and identify any issues or opportunities where you can save!
In addition to savings you’ll earn from a more efficient household, we are offering great deals for homeowners that wish to finally fix their high energy bills!
- New Jersey homeowners can receive up to $4,000 in financial incentives now until June 30, 2019!
- You may also qualify for 0% interest financing (up to $10,000 with a 7-year maximum term) or 4.99% financing (up to $15,000 with a 10-year maximum term) to help pay for the energy-efficient upgrades!
Contact McAllister…The Service Company and take advantage of these offers! Call (877) 862-7321 now!
What Is a Home Performance Energy Audit?
This is the most detailed energy audit available, and includes an evaluation of a home’s:
- Heating and cooling system
- Flow of air into and out of the house
- Safety check of gas appliances
The goal of the Home Performance audit is to not only give homeowners an opportunity to save on energy costs, but to leave their homes in safer, more environmentally friendly state. After we inspect all aspects of your energy output, we then take the necessary steps towards fixing the issue.
Call (877) 862-7321 or contact McAllister online! Start saving on your energy costs today!
Whole House Energy Assessment
First, our contractors, trained in building science, perform a visual and diagnostic energy assessment of all the home’s thermal and mechanical systems. Afterward, you’ll receive a complete list of recommended improvements and a cost estimate to complete the recommended work.
Work Is Completed
Depending on what the homeowner wishes to have completed, certified contractors complete the assigned tasks to remedy the issues discovered in the audit.
After the work is done and improvements have been installed, the homeowner receives a detailed report of the inspection which is done to verify that their home’s energy performance has improved.