Mass Save Contractor in Cape Cod, MA

Serving Plymouth, Cape Cod, MA, and Surrounding Areas


Frequently Asked Questions

A comprehensive evaluation of several of your home’s components. We look at your appliances, windows, HVAC systems, and existing insulation. Findings are presented in a report, along with recommendations. We provide Instant Saving Measures during the appointment, where eligible, including:

  • LED lightbulbs
  • Smart strip power outlets
  • Programmable thermostats
  • Low-flow water aerators and showerheads
There is no cost. The program is funded by participating program administrators.
Along with the instant saving measures (see above), you can:
  • Apply for the HEAT Loan, which is 7 years interest-free and can be used to cover the cost of HVAC upgrades, insulation, and single pane window replacement
  • 100% coverage of air sealing measures (weather stripping, caulking, foam sealing of drafty areas) and 75% coverage of additional weatherization measures with no incentive limit
  •  Rebate paperwork is provided for eligible clothes washers.
Cape Cod Energy Solutions LLC services residential properties containing 1-4 units. Larger properties are part of the Mass Save multi-family program. To schedule, call 800-594-7277.
No. As a home performance contractor, we provide both the assessment and insulation services to our customers.
No. You would have to contact a certified Mass Save independent insulation contractor to complete the work. Go to Masssave.com and enter your zip code into the “Find a Contractor” tool to find a company near you.
No. Existing conditions need to be evaluated first by an energy specialist. Scheduling depends on the scope of work and amount of time it takes to complete the job. Barriers like mold, asbestos, vermiculite, and gas leaks prevent moving forward.
Cellulose insulation is basically shredded paper with an added fire retardant. A machine blows the material through a hose, which the installer uses to fill and densely pack walls or cavities. This blocks heat from escaping through the frame of the building. Fiberglass is made up of layers of tiny glass fibers and comes in the form of batts or rolls. It is then cut to fit into place. Air gets trapped between the fibers, which slows heat movement.

Contact our office for further inquiries.