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Duke Smart Saver — Are You Taking Advantage?

Summer in Cincinnati has all but come to a close, which means it won’t be long until heating bills once again begin to rise. For many people, even paying the bare minimum for energy throughout the winter can be inherently difficult. With everything else there is to worry about financially (especially for those who are trying to raise a family), heating a home during the colder months of the year can be a stressful process.

All this said, Duke Energy is making it quite a bit easier for Cincinnati residents to get through the winter this year, and it’s all thanks to their Smart Saver program.

Smart Saver and Improving Home Performance

Duke Energy’s Smart Saver program is designed as a way to assist Cincinnati residents who would like to improve the energy efficiency within their homes but may not feel as if they have the money to do so. By providing up to a $425 rebate, Duke wants as many people as possible to take steps towards improving their home’s performance, which is one of the most important things that a homeowner can focus on today. After all, your home should be viewed as a system in and of itself, and if your energy efficiency isn’t streamlined, the entire home will suffer.

Home performance comes along with a number of benefits, many of which can make life happier and more comfortable for you and your family. When you work towards making your home more energy-efficient, you can expect to benefit from:

  • lower heating bills
  • higher comfort
  • improved safety
  • increased durability
  • increased home value.

It’s not uncommon to believe that improving home performance can be an expensive venture, but with Duke’s $425 rebate, customers no longer need to fixate on the costs of taking their home into the 21st century with new insulation, duct sealing and more.

It All Starts with an Energy Audit

For those who are looking to take advantage of Duke Energy’s Smart Saver program in Cincinnati, the first step towards doing so is to schedule an energy audit with National Heating and Air. An energy audit can uncover energy leaks and other common efficiency issues that plague homes throughout the country. Through thermal scans, insulation inspection, air leakage tests and more, National can help to determine what changes may need to be made in order to seal-off your home and stop precious energy from escaping. Energy wastage can amount to a great deal of money, which makes it all the more important to take action as soon as possible.

If your home is underperforming, you can rest assured that you’re far from being in the minority. Many Cincinnati residents don’t realize that their home is inefficient until they perform an energy audit, and waiting too long means you may end up spending far more than necessary on your energy bills. Efficiency issues can no doubt be pesky and tough to pinpoint in certain cases, but it’s important to understand that they’re also fixable.

Call National today to schedule a Home Energy Audit — now only $199


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