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Windows and Insulation Rebates

Saving Energy in a More Comfortable Home

Upgrading to ENERGY STAR® windows, glass doors and insulation is kind of magical. It's not just that it reduces your heating and cooling costs. It's that it does so while eliminating drafts and evening out temperatures, so that every room in your home will be comfortable for you and your family.

When you save energy, you're saving it for Michigan too. That's why we offer you rebates to support your upgrades. With up to $475 for insulation, $40 per door and $15 per window rated ENERGY STAR Northern Climate Zone, you can earn a lot back on your upgrades while saving on your energy bill too. Interested? Read on to learn how it works.

Find Out How Much Upgraded Windows and Insulation Can Save

Estimate your savings and rebates with our windows and insulation calculator.

Available Rebates

Windows and Insulation Rebates

Use this chart to find all the rebates you can receive for upgrades to your insulation, windows and glass doors.

Minimum Efficiency Electric and Natural Gas Natural Gas Only Electric Only
Roof (Attic) Insulation R Value of 48 or less
(must insulate a minimum of 500 square feet of attic area)
$125 $125 $50
Roof (Attic) Insulation R Value of 49 to 59 or less
(must insulate a minimum of 500 square feet of attic area)
$175 $175 $60
Roof (Attic) Insulation R Value of 60 or higher
(must insulate a minimum of 500 square feet of attic area)
$200 $200 $70
Above Grade Wall Insulation
(must insulate a minimum of 500 square feet of wall area)
$125 $125 $50
Basement Wall Insulation
(must insulate a minimum of 500 square feet of wall area)
$50 $50 $50
Crawlspace Insulation
(must insulate a minimum of 200 square feet of wall area)
$50 $50 $10
Rim Joist Insulation
(must insulate all accessible rim joist areas)
$50 $50 $20
Window Replacement*
(U-factor <= 0.27 or window rated as ENERGY STAR for Northern Climate Zone)
$15 Each $15 Each $15 Each
Patio Door Replacement**
(U-factor <= 0.30 or patio door rated as ENERGY STAR for Northern Climate Zone)
$40 Each $40 Each $40 Each

Please Note: Applications must be received by December 31, 2019, to qualify for incentive levels advertised on this rebate chart. Reflective attic barriers and siding are not eligible.

* Windows are per unit and may include those rated as ENERGY STAR for Northern Climate Zone.
** Includes sliding and swinging glass doors. Patio doors are per unit and must be rated as ENERGY STAR for Northern Climate Zone. Solid core doors with glass lites smaller than 75 percent of total door area, glass block doors and storm doors are not eligible.

Three Steps to Four-Season Savings

Plan Your Upgrades

Choose qualifying upgrades to your insulation, windows and doors from the chart above.

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Choose a Contractor or DIY

Get a contractor on the job or plan to do the work yourself.

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Apply for Rebates

Apply for your rebate online by clicking the green button below, or download an application.

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When Applying for Rebates

Here’s what you need to have on hand when you apply for your rebates:

  1. Your Consumers Energy account number
  2. Proof of Purchase
  3. The specifications of the insulation, doors or windows you bought.

HIRING A CONTRACTOR

Consumers Energy can help you find a contractor to install upgraded insulation and windows

Don’t Want to Do It Yourself?

Use the link below to find one of our participating contractors to install your insulation, windows or glass doors and you’ll be working with a professional experienced with our rebate programs. They can identify the best savings and guide you through the upgrade and rebate process.

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TIPS AND GUIDES FOR DOING IT YOURSELF

Careful planning of your insulation project is vital for success

Planning Your DIY Project

Some DIY insulation upgrades are more difficult and expensive than others. Click the link below for information that will help determine your cost and effort.

Calculate the Cost and Effort
Measure the depth of your current insulation to help determine the scope of your upgrade

The Importance of Measuring

Before you purchase and install new insulation, this video can show you how to calculate how much insulation you need to do the job right.

Watch the Video
do it yourself tips

Finishing Strong

Learn how to complete your upgrades safely and efficiently with this helpful guide from the Department of Energy.

Read the Guide
Learn if your home needs air sealing

Does Your Home Need Air Sealing?

When you combine air sealing with insulation upgrades you can reduce the annual energy use of an older home by 10% or more.

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Safety First

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Please take the time to be safe when doing any home project. Taking proper precautions can help you avoid injuries or damage to your home. If installation becomes too complicated, reach out to an expert contractor.

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