There is a lot of information out there about the Mass Save program and its benefit for residential customers. However, this leaves landlords and property owners wondering if they’ve got anything to gain. The short answer is yes, absolutely. The Mass Save program is available to anyone with a residential or commercial property that upgrades to a modern heat pump or mini-split system, and it all starts with a no-cost energy assessment.
What the Assessment Offers
For landlords of properties with 1-4 units, an energy assessment will help you learn ways that you can save energy on your property and lower maintenance costs. You’ll also learn about recommended products and resources that you can deliver to your tenants at no cost, including LED light bulbs, low-flow showerheads, discounted smart thermostats, and so much more.
You’ll also get 100% off approved upgrades to your insulation, which is exclusive for landlords and renters and not available to residential homeowners. Access to 0% financing along with generous rebates on all kinds of equipment will ensure that you get the best deals and get money back for improving your heating and cooling situation.
Plus, it all comes with a dedicated Energy Specialist who can help you identify the best improvements, as well as determine whether a new heating and cooling system could be the answer to your efficiency issues.
A Custom Report
Along with all of this, you’ll also get a customized energy report that includes incentives and rebates to save you as much money as possible. This includes targeted sealing of all air leaks and drafts, plus that 100% insulation incentive we mentioned above. You’ll also be able to apply for personalized financing to offset the cost of a new system when the upgrade is eligible for financing.
The custom report will also list any rebates for which you qualify, up to $2,750 on any energy-efficient cooling and heating, clothes washers, or water heating equipment that is eligible. Essentially, you can upgrade your property and save tons of energy for yourself and your tenants all at the same time. And when you do it with a licensed, reputable contractor, you’ll know that you are setting yourself up for energy savings over the long term.
5+ Unit Properties
Assessments and savings are also available for landlords with larger properties, and the energy-saving improvements that are offered will be in line with what larger buildings need. you can find out about incentives on air sealing, insulation, thermostats, water heaters, pipe wrap, faucet aerators, and of course, any energy-efficient heating and cooling equipment that you have installed.
Set up an assessment today, no matter what type of properties you have, and find out how landlords can cash in on all the Mass Save rebates and even qualify for financing to help make the initial investment a little less of a struggle. To find out more, reach out today and see what you’re eligible for and how you can help your properties with energy improvements without breaking the bank.