Why You Should Go Electric
We’re talking appliances that are 3-5 times as efficient as their gas counterparts
Appliances that use less energy and could save you nearly $500 a year
Lower greenhouse gas emissions and reduce your impact for years to come
Have power during outages and be self-reliant when it matters
No more indoor air pollution and fewer safety risks
Use rebates and incentives to lower the cost of replacing your old appliances
Work with a Contractor
- Make sure your contractor is licensed. You can check a license on the California Contractors State License Board website, or use a pre-vetted contractor in our Contractor Directory.
- Understand what kind of contractor you need. General contractors typically oversee the work of more than one specialty contractor, while specialty contractors perform specific jobs.
- In California, there must be a written contract for all home improvement projects over $500 in combined labor and materials costs.
- Licensed contractors may have access to more incentives than other people, be sure to talk to your contractor about available incentives.
- Speak with an expert about water heaters, solar or batteries