Understanding Your Bill
On your utility bill is a little line item named the Energy Conservation / Energy Efficiency Charge. This small charge is what funds the Mass Save Program, run by the utility companies. So when we say that the home energy assessment is no-cost to you, it's because it's something you've already paid for. Think of it like calling upon a mini 401K. Plus, you are eligible to do a home energy assessment every two years.
With that knowledge, why wait any longer to get your home energy assessment completed?