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Healthy Homes Incentive Program

If you live in Allegheny County and are thinking about making energy improvements to your home this year then take a look at the Healthy Homes Incentive Program (HHIP). Owners who make energy efficiency investments of $5,000 or more, can get up to an additional $2,500 for even deeper improvements.

HHIPThe HHIP program will help with identifying financing options, select an energy auditor and home energy contractor and ensure the work is completed to the highest standards. You can get more information on the website at www.healthyhomespgh.org.

Buying or Selling a home in Pittsburgh? Call Christa Ross from RE/MAX Select Realty, at 724-933-6300 x214 (office) or 724-309-1758 (direct) or visit my website at www.bestpittsburghhomes.com.

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Comment balloon 0 commentsChrista Ross • September 22 2014 08:27AM
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