Residential Property Managers
With all of the new technologies and financial incentives available to help your electric, heating, and transportation needs, our Energy Services Team is here to answer your questions and help you understand your options.
Like stepping on the scale, property owners and tenants can only control what they measure. Benchmarking is the first step in the energy management process
Build Or Renovate
Our team is here to help you with potential savings through energy efficiency and electrification strategies in your new construction or renovation project.
On-Bill Financing loans can be structured so that the monthly energy savings are greater than the monthly loan payment, which creates a monthly positive cash flow.
MINIMUM HOUSING CODE WEATHERIZATION ORDINANCE
Burlington, Vermont’s new Minimum Housing Code is designed to ensure that rental properties are also properly weatherized to keep tenants warm in the winter, cool in summer, and reduce costs, while helping the city achieve its net zero energy goals.
Vermont Home Energy Profile
Homebuyers consider many factors when shopping for a home: updated kitchens, attractive floor plans, curb appeal, and size. For buyers who place a high value on energy efficiency, it can be hard to find this information. The Vermont Home Energy Profile helps solve this challenge.
The Vermont Department of Public Service has created a free and simple tool to help find all the ways to decide where to make improvements that lower energy costs and appeal to energy-conscious buyers when the time comes to sell your home.
Video: How to Create Your Profile