Home Energy Services Participating Program Contractors

MASS SAVE®  Participating Program Contractors for Home Energy Services

Example of one of our installers sealing up air leaks in an attic.

Example of one of our installers sealing up air leaks in an attic. This is common during the installation of weatherization measures.

In order to participate in the Cape Light Compact Weatherization Program you must:

  • Have an active Evesource Electric account and live on Cape Cod or Martha’s Vineyard
  • Occupy a 1 to 4 family home
  • Work must be approved through an authorized energy assessment by calling (800) 797-6699

Insulation work associated with new construction, additions, renovations or any other projects where weatherization work is required to be completed in order to meet state or local codes are not eligible for the Cape Light Compact Weatherization Program rebates please contact (800) 797-6699 to find more information about these programs.

Other restrictions may apply.

Please call (800) 797-6699 before beginning work with a contractor to confirm the contractor is still participating in the program.

Please note, Cape Light Compact does not endorse, guarantee or warranty any particular contractor, manufacturer or product.

For more information, please call Cape Light Compact at (800) 797-6699.

If you are interested in becoming a participating contractor, please email pmoffitt@capelightcompact.org for more information.

Home Performance Contractors need to have BPI Analyst and one employee needs BPI Envelope. Crew chief and/or boot camp with combustion safety is required for each crew chief on the installer crews.

Independent Installation Contractors need BPI Analyst (or combustion safety) with an approved crew chief or approved weatherization bootcamp for each crew chief on the installer crews.

All contractors need signed participation agreements, home improvement contractor license, lead certification from MA, Construction Supervisor License, Insurance (according to program protocols), approved background checks, and must pass “shadow visits” (HPCs for audits and weatherization and IICs for weatherization).

The contractors on this list participate in the Cape Light Compact Weatherization Program as INSTALLERS:

Adam T. Incorporated
455 State Road PMP 303
Vineyard Haven, MA 02568
508-693-3733
www.adamtinc.com
 
Affordable Building & Weatherization, Inc.
245 Quaker Lane #2 W
Warwick, RI 02863
401-965-8578
toddleducmmg@yahoo.com
 
Alternative Weatherization
1440 Stafford Road
Fall River, MA 02721
508-567-4240
alternativeweatherization.com
 
Cape Cod Insulation
18 Reardon Circle
S. Yarmouth, MA 02664
508-775-1214
www.capecodinsulation.com
 
Cape Save, Inc.
7-D Huntington Ave
S. Yarmouth, MA 02664
508-398-0398
www.capesave.com
 
Frontier Energy Solutions
502 Harwich Road
Brewster, MA 02631
774-237-0410
www.frontierenergysolutionsinc.com
 
Insulate 2 Save, Inc.
410 Grove Street
Fall River, MA 02720
508-567-6706
www.insulate2save.net
 
Insul-Pro
267 North Quincy
Abington, MA 02351
781-871-8252
www.insul-proinc.com
 
JM of New Bedford Co.
423 Coggeshall Street
New Bedford, MA 02746
508-992-5770
www.jmofnb.com
 
M. T. McMahon & Son, Inc.
19 Fieldstone Way
Plymouth, MA 02630
781-831-0745
mcmahoninsulation.com
 
McCarthy Construction Co.
PO Box 52
West Dennis, MA 02670
508-280-6964
mjmccarthy90@gmail.com
 
MDH Construction
98A Esta Road
Plymouth, MA 02360
857-210-6063
mdhconstruction@hotmail.com
 
Nauset Insulation
Building Performance Contracting, LLC
25 Brittany’s Way, N. Eastham, MA 02651
PO Box 1044
774-316-4464
www.nausetinsulation.com
energystarbuilding@gmail.com
 
Retrofit Insulation, Inc.
P.O Box 105
Seekonk, MA 02771
508-974-1010
www.retrofitinsulation.com
 
Tupper Construction
79 Mid-Tech Drive
W. Yarmouth, MA 02673
508-778-0111
www.tupperco.com

The contractors on this list participate in the Cape Light Compact Weatherization Program as HOME PERFORMANCE CONTRACTORS that can provide both assessments and installations:

 
Cape Cod Energy Solutions LLC
378 Route 130 Unit 1
Sandwich, MA 02563
774-205-2001
 
 

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