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December 8, 2015
Homeowners in Monmouth and Ocean Counties are bracing themselves for the holiday season and trying to save as much money as possible as the temperatures outside continue to fall. We understand how difficult it is to save—especially around this time of the year. Unsurprisingly, this can make affording upgrades to your home performance system easier said than done, but we’re committed to doing whatever we possibly can in order to keep you and your family warm this winter.
The state of New Jersey offers a wealth of different rebates and incentives that can make upgrading your home both easy and affordable. Here’s what you need to know.
Current Rebates and Financing
Now is the best time to get involved if you’re interested in performing home performance upgrades on your home, as we can help you get rebates and financing that make even costly upgrades possible. Take the New Jersey Clean Energy Program, for example, which allows homeowners to save up to $1,000 on valuable upgrades.For large upgrades, the Home Performance with Energy Star program offers up to a $4,000 rebate and a $10,000 interest free loan over the course of a 10 year period of time to qualifying customers.
Tom Rostron’s Whole Home Approach
The team at Tom Rostron Company believes that there’s nothing more important than viewing the home as a comprehensive unit comprised of a number of different complex systems, all of which work together to create true home performance. Our “Whole Home” approach ensures that nothing falls through the cracks or ends up getting overlooked, no matter what your home may look like. We’ll work to fix any and all issues that are contributing to poor home performance, all the while keeping your budget and needs in mind.
The rebates and incentives currently available to New Jersey homeowners can help to make this winter not only warm and comfortable, but stress-free. Every home is a special, unique case, and we’ll help to determine ways in which to save you as much money as possible on your next energy efficiency upgrade, no matter what it may be.