RESNET. Setting the Nation's Standards
for Home Energy Efficiency
The Residential Energy Services Network (RESNET) was founded in 1995 as an independent, non-profit organization to help homeowners reduce the cost of their utility bills by making their homes more energy efficient.
RESNET Home Energy Professional Members
RESNET Home Energy Professional Members are highly trained and held to a higher standard. It’s expertise you can rely upon.Find a RESNET Professional MEMBER Now
Optimize Home Comfort
and Pay Less in Energy Bills
A home energy audit or rating will show you where and how your home is losing energy, and provide you with cost-effective solutions to the problems.
- Tax Credits
- Home Tax Credits
Energy Improvements Are Now
More Affordable than Ever!
From energy mortgages to residential energy tax credits, learn about all the financial benefits you can take advantage of when you decide to make your home more energy efficient.
The average American homeowner spends $1,000 a year heating and cooling their house. It makes up almost half your total energy...
Energy Efficiency Tips and Articles
Browse through interesting and informative articles on home energy efficiency and learn about steps you can take to make your home more efficient, affordable and comfortable.
Did you know that 50% to 70% of the world’s lights are still tired old incandescent bulbs? They account for 2.5% of the...»Read More Views:
It’s easy to think solar panels, or triple glazed windows when starting an energy saving home plan. First of all, you...»Read More Views:
It may sound unlikely but you can actually make your garden energy efficient! Consider this: as a homeowner, you’ve got all...»Read More Views:
Do you hear the spatter of overflowing water during a heavy downpour? That’s what could happen if you don’t clean out your...»Read More Views:
Saving energy is easier than you think! It may surprise you to know that by making a few changes to your home and lifestyle,...»Read More Views:
The door leading from the outside or garage into the house is a common area for air leakage. By installing a door sweep to...»Read More Views:
Some of the biggest air leaks in your home can often be traced to the attic, resulting in sky-high energy bills and a house...»Read More Views:
By making a few small changes to both your bedroom and routine, you can not only save energy but also reduce your utility...»Read More Views: