It is still warm out now, but fall and winter are around the bend, so it’s not too soon to start taking steps to make your home warmer and more energy efficient, and save you money on those heating bills.
Seattle City Light customers* who live in oil-heated homes or 2-4 unit buildings may be eligible to participate in Community Power Works, a one-stop program providing low-cost energy audits, City-approved contractors, loans, customer service, and quality oversight for your home energy upgrade project.
For a limited time, customers living in oil-heated homes can take advantage of Community Power Works’ high-efficiency heating incentives and save significantly on heating costs with a new, efficient heating system. Customers interested in weatherizing their home may qualify for weatherization rebates.
How it works:
Get started today! Learn more about energy audits, rebates, financing, and contractors.
Questions? Give Community Power Works a call at 206.449.1170 or email.
About Community Power Works
Community Power Works is an energy efficiency program that helps customers make their homes more efficient, healthier and safer, warmer in the winter, cooler in the summer, and less expensive. Whether your home was built in 1905 or 2005, chances are good that you could take steps to improve its energy efficiency. If you live in a single-family home or a building with 2-4 units, you may be a candidate for Community Power Works.
- A deeply-discounted energy audit for electrically-heated and oil-heated homes (value $400).
- A pool of City-approved contractors to install efficiency upgrades such as windows, insulation, advanced heating and cooling systems, and more.
- Financing options for up to 100% of the cost of your upgrade with affordable rates and hassle-free loan payments on your Seattle City Light bill.
- Ongoing customer service and energy expert support, as well as complimentary quality oversight to ensure that the job is done right.
*Seattle City Light serves residents living in Seattle, Lake Forest Park, Shoreline, and parts of Burien, Normandy Park, Renton, SeaTac, and Tukwila.