Help Your Home Fight Climate Change

$74 Million in Inflation Reduction Act Rebates — Learn How to Be First In Line!

Earn Tax Credits & Rebates for Home Energy Upgrades! Use our new IRA Incentives Calculator to find our how much you are eligible for.

Learn more: IRA rebates for energy efficiency! The Federal government has set aside $74 million specifically for energy assessments and efficiency upgrades. Households can earn $1,500 to $10,000 based on energy assessments. (Low-income households in particular are eligible for between $5,000-$10,000!)  

No need to wait! Those who perform projects between now and the official start of the formal rebate program (administered by Focus on Energy) will receive them retroactively later in the year.

Lower-income households, depending on the situations in their homes, may be able to receive insulation improvements at effectively no cost!

It all starts when you schedule your home energy assessment through Green Homeowners United and learn your home energy score. But don’t wait. The money won’t last forever!

Then, make qualifying improvements like:

  • New or updated heating and cooling equipment, repairs and insulation

  • Insulation for attics, basements and other areas

  • Window replacement and repair

  • Home air sealing and weatherizing

We’ll help you plan your improvements to get the most out of the IRA benefits for homeowners!

Learn more when you read, Unlock Up to $10,000 per Home: A Guide to Claiming Inflation Reduction Act Rebates!

You can also use our new Wisconsin IRA Incentive Calculator to find out exactly what you're eligible for!

Schedule the energy assessment that will unlock the $1,500-$10,000 rebates. $500 cost

Find out if you can get the energy assessment at no cost, as well as exactly how much your home may be eligible for in IRA incentives regardless of your income

Not sure where to start? Have a no-cost, no obligation phone call with us!

Milwaukee Energy Efficiency

Shout-out to City of Milwaukee's Environmental Collaboration Office (ECO) for creating a new video promoting the benefits of getting an energy assessment of your home, featuring both green homeowner Steve & Ann O'Connell as well as Green Homeowners United's Kevin Kane!

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Make Your Home More Sustainable and Energy Efficient

It’s never been easier—and more affordable!—for homeowners and homebuyers like you to improve your property with renewable energy, energy-efficiency retrofits and water saving opportunities. Green Homeowners United exists to make it even easier. We also help you find fair financing to afford the carbon-cutting upgrades that might normally be out of reach.

That same sustainability also applies to our staff and hiring practices. Green Homeowners United team members are highly trained skilled workers. Our workers on the ground are members of LiUNA Local 113 and have access to platinum health insurance, pension, and are paid at or above prevailing wage.

If your home has never been assessed or needs an updated assessment after you've done some work, the time is now. Most homes built before 2010 are far less likely to be air sealed. Your home is unique, and getting a scientific test tailored specifically to your home is how you can best find out your areas of energy waste. All energy assessments ($500 - $150 tax credit = $350 final cost) include the blower door test, combustion gas testing, insulation and window evaluation and a personalized report.

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Click the image to view the City of Milwaukee's report featuring Green Homeowners United.

Certified assessor, U.S. Department of Energy, Home Energy Score
Certified assessor, U.S. Department of Energy, Home Energy Score
Building Performance Institute Inc., BPI certified
Building Performance Institute Inc., BPI certified

Green Homeowners United serves Southeastern Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Waukesha, Ozaukee, Washington, Racine, Kenosha, Walworth, Jefferson, Dane and Dodge counties. Cities include Milwaukee, West Allis, West Milwaukee, Wauwatosa, Oak Creek, Franklin, Hales Corners, Cudahy, South Milwaukee, St. Francis, Glendale, Shorewood, Whitefish Bay, Fox Point, Bayside, Waukesha, Brookfield, New Berlin, Oconomowoc, Elm Grove, Sussex, Butler, Dousman, Eagle, Mukwonago, Muskego, Racine, Kenosha, Lake Geneva, Delavan, Mequon, Cedarburg, Grafton and more!

Reduce Your Energy Bills, Wisconsin!

Green Homeowners United offers a variety of services from evaluation to completing energy-efficient upgrades to your home. 

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Save Energy

We're on a mission: help thousands of people reduce energy waste in their home and cut carbon emissions.

Our team of energy experts, contractors and homeowners are excited to welcome you to what we believe is the most important means of fighting climate change there is, all while making your utility bills smaller and increasing your comfort at home.

Reduce Utility Bills

Green home upgrades are all about increasing the efficiency of your home. By reducing wasted and lost energy, our goal is to help decrease your utility bills.

We use scientific evaluation methods to give your home a Home Energy Score and recommend upgrades to your home to reduce your utility bills and help you go green.

Increase Comfort

Many homes feel drafty or have cold pockets, causing you to have to crank up the heat or AC due to inefficiencies. These areas of lost energy can be upgraded or fixed to make sure your home is effectively circulating air without wasting it out of gaps, cracks, or exposed foundations and attics.

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