WANT LOWER ENERGY BILLS? Houses waste energy in many different ways and each house has its own unique pattern; more wasted energy in some areas and less in others. Consequently, there is no “one size fits all” approach to lowering home energy bills.
If you’re serious about increasing your home’s energy efficiency and lowering your bills, the first step is critical – get a comprehensive home energy assessment to identify which energy upgrades would be good investments and which ones would be a waste of your money. It’s easy for a home owner to blindly spend thousands of dollars without significantly lowering their energy bills. TGHA’s professional energy experts will make sure that doesn’t happen to you.
NEED TO REPLACE YOUR AC, FURNACE OR HEAT PUMP? If your current heating and cooling equipment is older than 15 years, replacing them with new equipment will typically lower your annual energy costs by 20% or more. This makes it relatively easy for you to qualify for government incentives.
Louisiana’s HERO program mails refund checks (up to a $2,000) to homeowners and the City of Shreveport’s SEED program pays $375 for you to get a home energy assessment (for Shreveport residents only). Never let a HVAC contractor install new equipment without discussing HERO and SEED first! For more info, please click on the “HVAC” tab above.
WE CAN HELP! Our comprehensive home energy assessment (i.e., an energy “audit”) will pinpoint your most cost-effective energy upgrades. In addition, we can qualify you for up to $2,375 in government incentives to help you lower your energy bills! Using SEED, most Shreveport residents can obtain these services for just $100.
SCHEDULE YOUR HOME ENERGY ASSESSMENT TODAY! You can schedule your energy assessment online by clicking here or by calling Bruce Phillips at 390-4531 ext 4.
HAVING A NEW HOME BUILT? Please click on the “Builders” tab above and see “Home Plans Energy Assessment”.
||How rebate amount is determined
||up to $2,000
||20% of the lesser of the Present Value of Savings or the Cost of Improvements.
- 30% energy demand reduction
- 6 points from improvement list (to ensure against HVAC-only upgrades)