Say Hello to Virtual Home Energy Assessments

Lowering your energy bills and making your home more comfortable is now easier and safer than ever.

A free Virtual Home Energy Assessment can help you discover personalized home energy-saving recommendations in a safe and worry-free way. You’ll gain access to rebates on no-cost home improvements like air sealing, duct sealing and ceiling insulation, plus we’ll also send you a free Emerson Sensi™ Smart Thermostat,* valued at $129.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Schedule your assessment.
    Find a date for your Virtual Home Energy Assessment through our scheduling tool.
  2. Find energy-saving opportunities virtually.
    On the date of your assessment, your energy advisor will walk you through the assessment using our simple video streaming tool. Through a smartphone or tablet, your advisor will analyze various areas in your home including your heating, cooling and water heating equipment, appliances, lighting and attic insulation to determine where you can save the most energy.
  3. Read through your home energy report.
    A home energy report will be compiled outlining your current home energy score, your personalized energy efficiency recommendations, whether you qualify for no-cost upgrades and rebates and your potential annual and lifetime savings from making the upgrades.
  4. Receive your free thermostat.
    Watch the mail for your free smart thermostat.
  5. Enjoy the benefits of a more efficient home.
    By making your home more efficient, you can save money on your annual energy costs, boost your comfort and reduce your carbon footprint.

Ready To Save?

Request your free Virtual Home Energy Assessment today.

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*To qualify for a free Emerson Sensi™ Smart Thermostat, the customer must complete a Virtual Home Energy Assessment, have a valid Black Hills Energy Arkansas residential account, have had continuous gas service for the last 12 months and have not participated in a weatherization program offered through a utility or the government in the last five years. Homes under one year old are not eligible.