Energy Smart for My Home

Do you want to save money, stay comfortable in the winter, and make the environmentally responsible choice?
Let the Energy Smart Colorado team at Walking Mountains Science Center help you become more energy efficient!

Contact Our Team: 970.328.8777 | Energy@walkingmountains.org

Step 1: Get a Home Energy Assessment

This is your gateway to using less energy. A $400+ value for only $100 (additional costs for homes over 3,000 square feet.

> Safety Tests
> Blower Door Analysis
> Infrared Imaging
> Quick Fix Energy Installs
> Custom Report with Recommended Improvements

Step 2: Get Advice & Get it Done

Our energy advisors can discuss your assessment report and help you implement projects that fit your budget.
We can help with:

> Best Practices
> Finding Contractors
> Finding Financing
> Estimating Your Savings

Step 3: Apply for Rebates

Energy Smart at Walking Mountains offers cashback rebates, and we can help you find incentives from utilities.

> Connecting you with qualified contractors
> Securing the best rebates and incentives
> Applying for loans and other financing
> Tracking your savings as you make improvements

Apply for Rebates Download the Rebate Brochure 

 


 

Latest Energy Programs Blog Posts

  • What Are Solar Photovoltaic Systems and How You Can Benefit
    Now that it is summer, we are all eager to go out and enjoy the beautiful sunshine. Not only does the summer sun provide us long, warm days, we can also use it to reduce our carbon footprint. Solar energy can be harnessed in a couple of ways.Passive solar design... Read more
    Published on: 2020-06-30
  • Technology for your Home or Business to Reduce the Building's Carbon Footprint
    Are you curious about these newer technologies that the Energy Programs team at Walking Mountains has been telling folks about? Below is a simple explanation on cold climate air source heat pumps, heat pump water heaters, and induction cooktops. These descriptions can help you determine if any of these applications may... Read more
    Published on: 2020-04-20
  • Change in Season, Change in Energy Use
    With the spring equinox behind us, the sun is rising earlier and setting later. Thus, your home is being heated from the sun more and more each day. This is a great time to consider adjusting your thermostats to more seasonal temperature ranges. Lowering heating settings will save you money... Read more
    Published on: 2020-04-15