Fall Insulation = Year-Round Savings


Your home is your warm shelter from winter’s onslaught. A well-insulated home keeps the heat in and the cold out – which is a win-win for your comfort and your utility costs!

Insulation actually works all year round, blocking heat from entering your home in the summer and holding heat in during the winter, which results in lower energy bills all year long.

New England homes lose more warm air than most people realize due to air leaving from a lack or improper amount of insulation, air leaks, as well as cold air seeping inside. Common air leaks (see the illustration to the right) can be eliminated through proper insulation and air sealing measures.


HomeWorks Energy offers air sealing and insulation – at up to 75% off! – through the Mass Save Program. Additionally, the EPA estimates homeowners see a 15% decrease in energy bills¹ through the installation of insulation and air sealing.  

If you are looking into projects like wall insulation and air sealing, fall is the best time to get it done. Early fall provides good dry weather conditions for insulation improvement projects.



Take the first step by scheduling an assessment and we will get you set up for a no-cost home energy assessment through the Mass Save® Program. Through this program, your home can qualify for up to 75% off the cost of insulation upgrades. Our Energy Specialists will be able to help you find problem areas in your home and provide estimates on getting insulation that is right for you and your home. Through these assessments, you gain access to many incentives, rebates, and discounts offered through the Mass Save Program.

What’s Included:
• No-cost high-efficiency lightbulb replacements. We’ll install them throughout your home!
• Energy use evaluation and infrared report of any trouble areas.
• Safety check for mold, CO levels, and gas leaks.
• No-cost energy-efficient shower heads and programmable thermostats.
• A custom energy efficiency report and action plan, including recommendations for insulation improvements.

Joseph Lee