Home Energy Improvements Hit Chicago’s Residential Radar

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August 21, 2012 - 10:49am

 

The City of Chicago has recently launched the residential phase of its Retrofit Chicago Program, which opens the possibility for substantial energy savings for the single family homes and multi-unit buildings that make up half of the city’s energy consumption. 

The process of home retrofitting can be a confusing one.  But the City’s program aims to make the process as easy and as affordable as possible.  Non-profits, energy companies, and city government programs have partnered to support the program, including our very own CNT Energy.

In the next 18-24 months, the City hopes that this program will lead to 1,000 home and 6,7000 apartment retrofits.

Sharing the mission of the City’s program, MyHomeEQ helps to facilitate the home retrofit process—making it a simple and financially viable option for homeowners.  Our affiliated contractor listing pairs Chicagoland single-family homeowners with the resources and expertise necessary to tackle home improvement projects that will save money, lower energy costs, and improve home comfort. 

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