Next Step Living™ Shares Good Energy in Massachusetts and Connecticut With the Winners of "The Good Energy Giveaway"

Next Step Living™, New England’s leading provider of whole-home energy solutions, announces the winners of its Good Energy Giveaway. First Prize winner Carol Kaesmann of Shelton, Conn., will receive $10,000 in Next Step Living services; Second Prize winner Leslie Colello of Weymouth, Mass., will receive $5,000 worth of home energy-efficiency upgrades; and 10 additional homeowners will receive $100 gift cards.

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Whenever we can help homeowners save energy and live more comfortably and sustainably, we feel like winners too.

Boston, MA (PRWEB) January 24, 2014

Next Step Living™, New England’s leading provider of whole-home energy solutions, is pleased to announce the winners of its Good Energy Giveaway. First Prize winner Carol Kaesmann of Shelton, Conn., will receive $10,000 in Next Step Living services; Second Prize winner Leslie Colello of Weymouth, Mass., will receive $5,000 worth of home energy-efficiency upgrades; and 10 additional homeowners will receive $100 gift cards. All winners were notified between January 6, 2014 and January 13, 2014.

“We’re just as excited as our winners,” said Brian Greenfield, chief operating officer at Next Step Living. “We created The Good Energy Giveaway late last year to share the celebration of our company’s fifth anniversary with our customers, and the response was terrific. Almost 11,000 people participated. Whenever we can help homeowners save energy and live more comfortably and sustainably, we feel like winners too.”

“We’re going to install energy-efficient windows in our home,” said Carol Kaesmann, the Giveaway’s First Prize winner. “We know that will help make our home more comfortable and reduce our energy use. That’s almost like winning twice.”

The top-prize winners also will get a home energy evaluation, a thorough overview of how to make their homes cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter while shrinking their monthly utility bills and carbon footprints.

“I’m really looking forward to making my home more energy-efficient,” says Second Prize winner Leslie Colello, who’s interested in installing a ductless mini split system, an increasingly popular supplement to conventional heating and cooling systems.

To underscore the high level of customer service that Colello and other Next Step Living customers receive, the company is introducing a new program, Our Best Foot Forward. In this program, homeowners in our Massachusetts or Connecticut service areas who schedule a home energy evaluation with Next Step Living can expect their energy advisor to wear protective shoe coverings to keep out winter grit and grime. If the energy advisor does not wear protective shoe coverings, the customer will receive a $25 gift card by notifying our customer support department.

“Net Promoter survey data indicates that 95 percent of our customers say they would refer their friends and relatives to Next Step Living,” added Greenfield. “That says a lot about the quality service we deliver and our energy advisors’ keen attention to detail. We created Our Best Foot Forward as a visual reminder of our commitment to customer care.”

About Next Step Living, Inc.
One of the fastest growing companies in New England, Next Step Living™ is the leading provider of whole-home energy solutions. Headquartered in Boston’s Innovation District, Next Step Living makes it easy and affordable for people to live in homes with a low environmental impact. A one-stop service provider for informed advice, funding guidance and expert work, Next Step Living partners with more than 400 municipalities, civic organizations and leading corporations to deliver energy-efficient and environmentally friendly solutions for better living. Since 2008, Next Step Living has helped New England homeowners achieve almost $15 million in energy savings, which is expected to grow to $70 million in the next five years. Next Step Living makes our world better. Visit NextStepLiving.com for more information.