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The Energuy
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The Energuy is not just one guy, but a team of energy raters who deliver energy efficiency solutions to homeowners. Improved energy efficiency means reduced energy bills now – as well as protection against rising energy costs – and increased home value. As unbiased advisors, we provide objective and thorough assessments of residential energy efficiency. Our team is knowledgeable and well trained. And we work with the associations, trades people, manufacturers and consultants involved in improving the energy efficiency of our country’s homes. For more than 10 years, The Energuy has been helping people make their homes more energy efficient, which isn’t just smart for the environment, but smart for the economy. We understand the grants, rebates and government programs that affect Americans and their homes. Whether you’re a contractor or a homeowner, we’ll work with you to improve energy efficiency, and reduce energy consumption.
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