The first step to take towards energy savings for home upgrades starts with a Home Energy Assessment. During the Assessment, a trained and certified Program Ally contractor is looking at your home for energy-saving opportunities and common home improvements including insulation, air sealing, ventilation and more.
After the Assessment, the Program Ally contractor provides you with a customized project report identifying options for retrofit upgrades that can be incorporated in your home such as insulation, air sealing, ventilation and more. The report also outlines available incentives and estimates your total out-of-pocket cost to complete the project.
Once you and your Program Ally agree to a home efficiency project right for your home, the Program Ally finishes the project with top quality standards. Finally, relax comfortably knowing both your home and your monthly energy bill are better managed after completing a home efficiency home upgrade project.
Check your eligibility and qualifications.
Based off your income, you may qualify for a FREE Home Energy Assessment through our Home Efficiency Income Qualified Initiative (HEIQ).
Find a Program Ally in your area.
Even though you don’t qualify for a FREE Home Energy Assessment, you can still receive a Home Energy Assessment from a registered Program Ally contractor. Finding a Program Ally is quick and easy. Click on the button below and select “Home Efficiency” under the “Contractor Type” drop-down.
Contact the Program Ally of your choice to get started.
Feel free to contact multiple Program Allies to quote your project. It’s your decision which price and Program Ally would work best for your energy efficiency upgrade project. Be sure to ask your Program Ally about any associated Home Energy Assessment or Energy Audit fees as you weigh the options in beginning your energy efficiency journey.
Ameren Illinois offers additional payment assistance to help offset the cost of your upcoming home upgrade project.
A Home Energy Assessment is performed by a Program Ally to find energy-saving opportunities for common home improvements that may have incentives available to help offset the cost of completing the project.
An Energy Audit offers you a deeper look at the systems in your home and helps to identify particular areas of the home needing more energy efficiency focus.