Questar Rebates and Rocky Mountain Power Insulation Rebates
InsulationRebates.com helps Utah homeowners (Wyoming and Southern Idaho too) add additional insulation to their homes by matching homeowners with contractors authorized under insulation rebate programs offered by various local utility companies. Insulation rebate programs offered by several public utilities, and governmental agencies allow homeowners to add insulation to their homes at little cost. This is accomplished through Utah insulation upgrade incentives offered by Questar Gas, Rocky Mountain Power, and other utility companies. Most homes five or more years old in Utah are under-insulated based on today’s insulation energy standards. Homeowners spend hundreds or thousands of dollars during the coldest and hottest months trying to keep their Utah homes comfortable.
Can I really have my home insulated for little out-of-pocket cost?
A number of Utah insulation rebates and federal tax credits are available to help lower the cost of installing home insulation. Insulation Rebates helps Utah homeowners find the best utility insulation rebates programs for their area and the best contractors who are authorized by programs such as ThermWise to perform services which are eligible for insulation rebates. One of the requirements to use Questar Rebates and Rocky Mountain Power rebates is the insulation project must be performed by a ThermWise authorized contractor. If you do it yourself, or hire a non-authorized contractor in Utah, you you are not eligible for the rebate. No one knows low long these Utah insulation rebates will be available so give us a call today or fill out our form to see if you qualify for little out-of-pocket insulation upgrades.
Why is adding more Utah insulation a big deal?
By adding additional insulation to their homes, most people can save an average of 20% to 40% on their utility bills. Most homes when built have just enough insulation to meet the building code. This means that these home may or may not have enough insulation to make the home as energy efficient today as it could be. By adding more attic insulation, wall insulation, and other insulation upgrades, you can bring your home to current energy savings standards, save money when you pay your utility bills each month, and make your home more comfortable to live in.
So how does this work?
When you call us or fill out the form on this page, Insulation Rebates will contact a ThermWise authorized contractor and ask them to call you within one to two hours during business hours or the next business day when after hours (unless you specify a different time you want us to contact you). On the phone, the contractor will ask you the following:
Do you have Questar gas? If not, who?
Do you have Rocky Mountain Power? If not, who is your electric power utility company?
Do you have central air?
About how old is your home?
How long have you lived there?
Have you claimed insulation rebates in the past five years from Questar or Rocky Mountain Power?
How many square feet of living space do you have?
Is your home a rambler, two story, split level, etc?
About how many inches of insulation do you have in your attic?
Based on your answers, the authorized contractor will either give you a quote over the phone and schedule installation or setup a time to come to your home and give you a free consultation and quote. The authorized contractor will fill out the Questar, Rocky Mountain Power, and/or other utility rebate forms and all you have to do is put them in the mail. In four to eight weeks, you will receive a check reimbursing you for for the rebates you qualify for.
Find out more
Too see if you qualify for Utah low cost insulation upgrades from Questar and Rocky Mountain Power and other utility company rebate programs, call Insulation-Rebates.com today. No one knows how long these rebates will last or whether they will offer as much incentive as they do today. So call us or fill out the form on this page to see what we can do for you. More than 75% of those who call or contact us qualify for insulation upgrades at little cost to them.