NATIONAL GRID SAVINGS YOUR WAY
Quickly and easily learn how to reduce your energy use
National Grid’s Savings Your Way is an easy, no-cost home energy assessment program to help residential customers, like you, minimize natural gas use, manage energy costs and make your home more comfortable.
When you complete your no-cost home energy assessment, you will receive:
· A personalized recommendation report with ways you can improve your home’s efficiency.
· Over $100 in energy-saving products, including water-saving showerheads, kitchen and bathroom faucet aerators, pipe insulation and thermostatic shut-off valves.
· $15 for each friend or family member you refer who completes an assessment
Choose either an in-person or virtual assessment with one of our trusted energy partners at Franklin Energy. You’ll answer a few simple questions to help us understand your needs and start saving energy at home.
Stacy from Brooklyn - "This is a terrific program! We were able to get free improvements to our home and it was done in an efficient and professional manner. We actually love the items that were installed. Thank you all!"
Juan from Brooklyn – "The Energy Specialist was a very relatable, friendly and really nice guy who showed the right amount of professionalism. I love the aerators!"
Jennifer from Queens - "The Energy Specialist was very personable, he did a good job and he even wore shoe covers, wow!"
Miguel from Queens - "The Energy Specialist was very professional and he took the time to explain what he was doing."
Benzion from Brooklyn - "I am very grateful for all these products! Everything was easy to install and they are functioning great."
Alexander from Queens - "Everything went well. I really like the fast delivery of my products and everything went smoothly. Exceeded expectations!"
Kini from Queens - "The Energy Specialist was great and I would like to thank National Grid for being such a great company and for helping us out."
Irma from Brooklyn - "I love the new showerhead and I would like to thank you all for what you have done."