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Oct 3, 2022 | Energy Efficiency | 4 comments

How does your attic measure up?

According to ENERGY STAR®, 9 out of 10 homes in the U.S. are under-insulated. To see if you’re ready for cooler winter temperatures, use the following steps to check your insulation levels. Then, you can earn up to $700 in combined air sealing and insulation rebates.

Diagram of how to measure insulationGrab some gloves, a ruler and a flashlight, head upstairs and check your attic insulation:

  • Visual check. Scan your attic to see if the insulation is level with or below the floor joists. If it is, chances are you need more insulation.
  • Measure up. Using a ruler or measuring tape, measure the depth of your insulation. 16”-18” of insulation depth is typically recommended for northern climates.

If your insulation needs an update, our rebates can help. We offer attic insulation rebates for 75% of the cost (up to $500 for electric heat and up to $200 for non-electric heat).

Before you insulate, consider updating your air sealing to improve energy efficiency and help prevent moisture and mold. We offer an additional rebate of up to $200 for air sealing, which can improve efficiency by up to 20%.

Plus, if you’re a PPL Electric customer, you can earn up to $350 in bonus rebates when pairing an attic insulation upgrade with other qualifying measures. Learn more on our Comprehensive Retrofit Bonus page.

Looking for some assistance? We can help you find a contractor for your next home project: pplelectric.com/contractor

Not sure if attic insulation is right for you? Schedule a Virtual Home Energy Assessment: pplelectric.com/virtualassessment

4 Comments

  1. John R MacDonald

    You are not clear or provide no information on following:

    1. How long rebate is in effect
    2. If rebate includes both labor and material
    3. Details on how to apply for rebate

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    • Kathryn

      Good Morning John, Please find the answer to all of your questions under our link https://www.pplelectric.com/rebates or call our Energy Efficiency Team weekdays 8am-6pm at 1-877-486-9204. A Representative will be happy to address your concerns. Thank you!

      Reply
  2. Felix Rodriguez

    Necesito insolación el la paredes de la casa por favor

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    • Kathryn

      Buenas tardes, Por favor, lea más acerca de nuestro programa WRAP y ver si usted califica bajo https://www.pplelectric.com/wrap o póngase en contacto con un representante en el programa WRAP en 1-888-232-6302 días laborables 8am-5pm en relación con el aislamiento de su casa. Gracias.

      Reply

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