- About Us
- Problems & Solutions
- What is Home Performance?
- The Importance of Air Sealing
- What is a Whole House Energy Audit?
- What is Infrared Diagnostic Testing?
- The Economics of Energy Efficiency and Renewables.
- Can a Home Be Too Tight?
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Home Performance with Energy Star
Illinois Home Performance with ENERGY STAR® (IHP), a program sponsored by the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO), aims to help Illinois home and property owners decrease their energy costs and increase the comfort, safety, durability, and value of their homes. Homeowners achieve these benefits by working with qualified contractors to take a "whole-home" approach to energy upgrades. Since 2010, thousands of Illinois homeowners have reduced their energy use by 15% or more by completing home energy upgrades through IHP.
When working with a certified Illinois Home Performance with ENERGY STAR contractor, you can be assured that your investment in energy efficient improvements for your home will yield the best possible result, maximizing energy savings while utilizing any and all available rebates.
Trade Ally and Contractor Circle Partner with Nicor Gas
energySmart is the largest and most successful utility sponsored energy efficiency rebate program in the country. All partners in the program are thoroughly vetted and have the necessary professional credentials from organizations like the Building Performance Institute and Illinois Home Performance with Energy Star to demonstrate the knowledge and quality of service critical to the success of their program. Energy360 Solutions is a proud partner and was recently recognized by Nicor and the energySMART program for achieving the highest average energy savings of any contractor in their program. Click here for more information.
Energy360 Solutions employs BPI Certified Individuals
The Building Performance Institute (BPI) is the nation's leading building science accreditation organization. The "house as a system" philosophy - which looks at a building's various components (building envelope, attic, basement, combustion equipment, ventilation sources) and the interrelationship between them to maximize a home's performance. This approach leads to greater energy efficiency, but perhaps more importantly to buildings that simply work better. A home that has been analyzed and upgraded from a whole-house standpoint is more durable, healthier, more comfortable, and more energy efficient.