Sandy Michaels's Blog – May 2013 Archive (1)

Snugg Home Joins EnergySavvy’s Audit Partner Program to Advance Energy Efficiency

Boulder, CO (PRWEB) May 01, 2013

Snugg Home and EnergySavvy have joined forces to advance the integration of residential energy efficiency.



EnergySavvy will provide reporting and other services for energy efficiency programs, while Snugg Home will provide an advanced audit and sales tools for contractors that also collects the data from those audits that programs require. The audit tool, Snugg Pro, allows for a faster audit that generates reports designed to educate and…

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