Day: February 6, 2022

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Michigan Residential Insulation Rebates 2022

You qualify for a rebate if DTE is the primary provider of your home’s heat (most DTE natural gas and natural gas/electric combination customers qualify). Single-family homes and homes with less than five connected housing units are eligible. Your home must have a separate entrance and a separate meter. New construction homes do not qualify. Insulation Rebates …

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Put Your Tax Return to Work Saving You Money.

If your home isn’t as warm as it should be in the winter or as cool as it should be in the summer, now may be the perfect time to address your home energy efficiency by turning your tax return into energy savings and financial savings.  Homeowners can save about 10% of their total energy bills by sealing air leaks first, followed by adding insulation. Seal air leaks using caulk, spray foam, or weather stripping.  Weatherizing your home this way is one of the most cost effective ways to improve energy efficiency and comfort. For a limited time, Modern Xterior is offering low cost attic and wall insulation options for Michigan homeowners.

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