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Attic Insulation Upgrade

Attic insulation upgrade

Insulation upgrades are easy – and they pay off

Over time, insulation tends to settle, becoming thinner and less effective. Improving your insulation is an easy, cost-effective home improvement that pays off in greater comfort and lower bills.

  • Improved insulation means less effort for your heating and cooling system.
  • Heating and cooling account for almost half of your total energy bill – improving your insulation can save up to $130 a year.
  • Our prequalified contractor applies your rebate directly to your invoice so there’s no paperwork and no waiting. Average rebate: $100.

This offer is for single-family homes. Click here to learn more about the Multi-Family Energy Improvement Program.

 

Three easy steps

Completing a free Home Energy Check with a qualifying recommendation is a prerequisite to qualifying for all Duke Energy incentives. The Home Energy Check must be completed before any work is started and must have occurred within the past 24 months. 

If you've not had a Home Energy Check within the past 24 months:

This free check will help you understand and improve your home’s energy efficiency. You can complete the check in less than 15 minutes over the phone or online. You may also schedule an in-home check.

If you've had a Home Energy Check within the past 24 months:

Fill out the form in the link below or call us for a list of prequalified contractors.

Estimated yearly savings are based on a single-family 1,800 sq. ft. home with 15,316 annual kWh calculated at $.13/kWh and on engineering approximations from Duke Base Study, DOE and ENERGY STAR®. Actual savings may vary due to weather, energy use habits and home characteristics. Requirements for incentives: must be a Duke Energy customer, must use Duke Energy prequalified contractor who will provide estimate, must have Home Energy Check with qualifying recommendations within the past 24 months prior to installation, must have whole house electric heating or cooling. Rebate is available only once per home. Other restrictions may apply.