Cheaper, cleaner alternatives to heating and cooling your home or business are here!
The town of Marshfield has been selected to participate in HeatSmart Massachusetts, the latest community clean energy initiative supported by the state and our town government.
- Save on your energy bills,
- Access state, national and federal incentives to lower upfront costs, and
- Stay comfortable year-round!
The Marshfield team of volunteers has competitively selected four installers to serve the program based on their mix of technical experience, commitment to customer service, and fair, competitive pricing.
Don’t wait! HeatSmart Marshfield and our special pricing is only available for a limited time. Get started today with a no-cost, no-commitment site visit from one of our selected installers.
Questions? Want to get involved? Reach out to Bill Bottiggi from the Marshfield Energy Committee at email@example.com for more information.
WHAT CAN I DO TO GET READY FOR HEATSMART?
Get a no-cost Home Energy Assessment through Mass Save!
Mass Save, the state's utility energy efficiency program, offers free home energy assessments to residents of Marshfield. Not only will you learn more about how your home uses (and loses) energy, but completing this audit is a requirement for a variety of incentives, including the 0% interest Mass Save HEAT Loan, MassCEC's Clean Heating and Cooling rebates, and thousands of dollars in rebates from Mass Save for additional home insulation.
Schedule your assessment now so that you'll be ready to take advantage of the full range of complementary state and utility programs available to you once HeatSmart Marshfield!
WHAT IS CLEAN HEATING AND COOLING?
Clean heating and cooling technologies use cleaner, renewable resources to provide heating and cooling to your home or business. Clean heating and cooling technologies can be lower-cost alternatives to fossil fuel-based heating while also offering additional home comfort benefits and reducing your carbon footprint.
HeatSmart Marshfield is supported by the Town of Marshfield and is made possible through support from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center and Department of Energy Resources. Learn more about the state's efforts to promote clean heating and cooling here.