Home Efficiency Audit Program (HEAP)
According to the Department of Energy, a typical U.S. family spends close to $1,500 a year on home utility bills. A large portion of that cost is wasted. Outdated construction materials such as insulation and windows, leaky ducts, inefficient appliances and HVAC systems, hot water heaters, irrigation systems and toilets that do not meet energy saving standards are all things that contribute to high utility costs in the home.
A professional home efficiency check-up will give you information on where your home is losing energy and water and how you can save money on your home utility bills by making cost saving improvements or behavioral changes.
For a small audit fee, PWC will perform an audit on residential, single family homes built before 2006. If you make some of the recommended improvements or replacements, you can earn bill incentive credits and get a full bill credit refund on the audit fee! The Home Efficiency Audit Program, or HEAP, is on-going until further notice.
PWC’s HEAP Program started August 15, 2013 and will be available until further notice. PWC reserves the right to discontinue this program at any time without prior notice.
After reading the program details below, call our PWC trained auditors at 223-4766 or 223-4226 to schedule your Home Efficiency Audit today.
|How Do I Qualify?
How Do I Earn Incentives?
What Can I Expect from My Audit?
Home Efficiency Audit Program Application
Heat Pump Frequently Asked Questions
Local Licensed HVAC Contractors: For your added convenience, PWC is pleased to provide you with a list of licensed HVAC contractors that hold a valid North Carolina license.