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Free Energy Audit Programs available for New York City, Nassau County & New Jersey residents

Save Money— Slash Your Energy Bills!
Save Energy – Energy efficient and comfortable home

You do not have to live in a cold, drafty home in the winter and a hot uncomfortable home in the summer.
NYS Energy Audits provides upgrades to make your home comfortable and energy efficient!
We work directly with government money saving programs that dramatically bring down the cost of making your home more comfortable and energy efficient.

State programs at NO COST to you, 100% covered by NY state and NJ state

This comprehensive energy audit will pinpoint exactly where your home is losing heat. It details all the improvements necessary to make your home more comfortable and energy efficient.
Over 103,000 New York State residents have been served & over 75,000 New Jersey residents have been served by the programs.

Our services will save as much as 15% to 35% on your utility bills.

Get FREE services such as:

  • Home Energy Audit
  • Tune & Clean Boiler and Water Heater
  • Check Combustion Appliances for gas leaks and Carbon Monoxide (CO)
  • Brand new energy efficient refrigerator and/or freezer (if qualified)
  • Installation of High Efficiency lighting
  • Installation of CO detectors
  • Installation of low flow shower heads
  • Attic, Rim Joist and Crawlspace Insulation
  • Door & Window Weatherization & Air Sealing

To get started contact us today

New York residents call: (718) 372-3000

New Jersey residents call: (201) 777-1420

Or fill out the contact form below to get more information on Free Energy audit programs:
Get your FREE* Energy Audit
3 Easy Steps
  • Step 1: Fill out the form (PDF) or call us at (718) 266-6500 or (718)-372-3000
  • Step 2: Qualify for your Energy Audit Rebate
  • Step 3: Get a comprehensive audit of your home with recommendations for making it more comfortable and reducing your monthly energy expense.

*Annual household incomes less than $130,000 qualify for a Free energy audit. Household incomes above $130,000 qualify for incentives that greatly reduce the cost of an energy audit.