Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E)

PG&E Customers can qualify for a variety of rebates. PG&E has two main programs: Home Upgrade and Advanced Home Upgrade. Depending on the scope of the project, these rebates can be up to $6,500 with a few exceptional cases receiving even more. The first step in this process is the energy audit. Contact us to get your energy audit scheduled and to see just how much money PG&E will give you to make these important energy efficient upgrades.

For rebate information see PG&E’s website.

City of Ukiah

The City of Ukiah offers a weatherization rebate if any of the following are completed:

  • Attic Insulation
  • Wall Insulation
  • Floor Insulation
  • Duct Insulation
  • Energy Star Windows
  • Window Shades/Films
For more information and to download the Weatherization Rebate Application see our Ukiah webpage or go to the City of Ukiah website.

Tax Credits

Homeowners can qualify for federal tax credits when they make energy efficient upgrades to their homes. Some available credits are:

  • Insulation and Sealing
  • Replacement Windows, Skylights, and External Doors
  • Window Films
  • Roofs
  • Furnaces and Boilers
  • Air Conditioners and Heat Pumps
  • Ground Source or Geothermal Heat Pumps
  • Biomass Stoves
  • Fans
  • Water Heaters

Financing Options

PG&E Sponsored Program 
Anyone who has PG&E utilities is eligible to apply for the PG&E sponsored loan program. It is not required that BOTH gas and electric be supplied by PG&E, either one is fine. PG&E has contracted with Golden State Bank to handle the loan application process.Terms:
  • Up to $50,000
  • 15 years
  • Fixed 6.5% Interest
  • Monthly Payments
  • Fixture filing- not recorded as a lien against the property, secured by a fixture
  • No money down, all fees are part of loan.
  • FICO of 640 or greater
  • Debt-to-income ratio of 45% or lower
  • Verifiable Income
  • Current on mortgage payments

REEL (Residential Energy Efficiency Loan) An unsecured flexible option that allows customers to use up to 30% of the funds borrowed for non-energy efficiency related improvements. Low rates, low program fees, multiple term lengths and limits of up to $50,000.