We are the authorized contractor under the Comfort Partners program for homes in Carteret and Rahway and most of Sussex County.
The New Jersey Comfort Partners Program is a free energy saving and energy education program for qualified low-income customers.
Contact us today to see if you qualify!
We partner with you to help you save energy and money and make your home healthier and more energy efficient. Certified Building Performance Institute professionals will install energy saving measures in your home to help lower your energy bills. You will be educated in new ways to conserve energy and how to create an Action Plan to support your efforts.
If eligible, participants receive:
Installation of cost-effective energy efficiency measures in the home (determined on a home-specific basis) which can include some of the following: efficient lighting products; hot water conservation measures (water heater insulation, water heater pipe insulation and energy-saving showerheads and aerators); replacement of inefficient refrigerators; thermostats; insulation upgrades (attic, wall, etc.); blower-door guided air sealing; duct sealing and repair; heating/cooling equipment maintenance and other measures.
Comprehensive, personalized energy education and counseling.
All efficiency measures and energy education services are provided free of charge.
This program is available through June 30, 2021 or while funds last.
The customer must also use the home as a primary residence and be the ratepayer of record with the electric or gas utility.
If your primary source of heat is oil, propane or kerosene, please contact the NJ Department of Community Affairs, Office of Weatherization at 800-510-3102 or locate the county office that serves your home.
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For family units with more than 8 family members:
Add $218 to weekly income, $946 to monthly income or $11,350 to yearly income for each additional member.
The Comfort Partners Program is available to any New Jersey household with significant energy use, having an income at or below 250% of the federal poverty guidelines.
Type Households that receive USF, Lifeline and/or Pharmaceutical Assistance to the Aged and Disabled (PAAD) are also eligible.
2021 Income Guidelines
(250% of the Federal Poverty Guideline)