Lower Electric Bill Today Offering Free Connecticut Home Energy Audits

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Lower Electric Bill Today unveils free home energy audit program to help CT residents save money on electricity.

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Our goal is simple: We want to help people save money on electricity. The two best ways to do that are by switching your electric service to a supplier offering a reduced electric rate, and by ensuring that your home is running energy-efficiently.

Lower Electric Bill Today, an online provider of electricity news, rates, and conservation tips, announced today that it will now offer free home energy audits for Connecticut residents who switch to select energy providers via their website.

“Our goal is simple: We want to help people save money on electricity," said Christina Cleri, president of Lower Electric Bill Today. “The two best ways to do that are by switching your electric service to a supplier offering a reduced electric rate, and by ensuring that your home is running as energy-efficiently as possible. At Lower Electric Bill Today, you can switch your electric service to a low-cost supplier for free in less than five minutes. And now, our visitors can maximize their home’s energy use through personalized home energy audits.”

Home energy audits are becoming increasingly popular as electric rates increase nationwide. During a home energy audit, a trained contractor inspects the home for areas that use excessive electricity, including heating and cooling systems, insulation, appliances, windows, and doors. The contractor then discusses possible eco-friendly home repairs and savings with the homeowner and completes any requested energy-saving renovations. Several of the energy-efficient home repairs completed by contractors qualify for a federal tax credit of 30%, up to $1,500.

“We are excited to announce our new home energy audit program and believe that, in addition to receiving low-cost electricity, home energy audits will help Connecticut residents significantly lower their CT electric bill,” Cleri said.

Personalized energy audits typically reduce a home’s energy-usage and carbon emissions, as well as its monthly electric bill.

For more information on low-cost electricity, energy conservation, obtaining a free Connecticut home energy audit, or switching service to a more affordable electric supplier, visit http://www.LowerElectricBillToday.com or email info(at)lowerelectricbilltoday(dot)com.

Lower Electric Bill Today, LLC is an online provider of electricity news and services. By offering practical information on electricity deregulation, lower electric rates, and eco-friendly living, Lower Electric Bill Today helps consumers reduce their carbon footprint and permanently lower their electric bill. For more information, please visit LowerElectricBillToday.com.

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