GoGreen Home Energy Financing has solutions for your energy efficiency financing needs. Simply follow these steps or, if you're a do-it-yourselfer, click here to learn about self-install projects that can be financed.

Contractor

1. Get a project estimate from a contractor participating in GoGreen Home

If you don’t know the upgrade needs for your home, the scope and cost of your project or how much you’d like to finance, you may want to speak with a licensed contractor. A contractor can help you decide on project goals and costs. Use our find a contractor page to locate licensed contractors participating in GoGreen Home in your area. If you don't see your preferred contractor listed, they can easily sign up for GoGreen Home by visiting GoGreenFinancing.com/residentialcontractors.

Find a contractor

Apply for Financing

2. Choose an approved lender and apply for financing

If you know the amount you’d like to finance, you’re ready to apply for GoGreen Home. Visit our find financing page to compare products and apply online or speak with a lender representative.

Find financing

Receive Confirmation

3. Receive lender confirmation to start your project

After the lender approves you for financing, your contractor will share your project scope with the lender. Once your lender approves the project, work can begin.

Sign Loan

4. Sign loan closing documents and enjoy your comfortable, efficient home

Upon completion, your contractor will provide you with a final itemized invoice and a certificate of completion. The lender will ask you to sign a GoGreen Home Borrower Form+ containing project certifications and privacy rights disclosures.

DIY with GoGreen Financing

You can install many GoGreen Home energy efficiency projects without the assistance of a contractor.

If you'd like to self-install part or all your project, speak with your lender for instructions and complete the Itemized Invoice+ using the Eligible Energy Efficiency Measures (EEEMs)+ list. Below are the projects you can self-install.

Do-It-Yourself

Clothes Dryer

Clothes dryer

ENERGY STAR® certified ventless or vented electric clothes dryer

LED lighting

LED lighting

ENERGY STAR® certified fixtures and light bulbs; LED tape lighthing

Clothes washer

Clothes washer

ENERGY STAR® certified clothes washer using electric or natural gas water heater for water source

Window coverings (interior)

Window coverings (interior)

Must be installed in conditioned space and cover entire window opening. See EEEMs list for further specifications.

Refrigerator

Refrigerator

Primary refrigerator only and ENERGY STAR® certified

Smart thermostat

Smart thermostat

Must allow for remote programming and two-way internet communication of temperatures and data

Oven

Oven

ENERGY STAR® certified electric convection oven, either as a standalone unit or part of a range

Pool products

Pool products

Title 24 compliant, efficient variable-speed pool pumps and motors

Dishwasher

Dishwasher

ENERGY STAR® certified dishwasher using electric or gas water heater for water source

Shower thermostatic valve

Shower thermostatic valve

Shower thermostatic shut-off valve that meets or exceeds Title 20 code requirements using electric or gas water heater providing source of heating for water.

Freezer

Freezer

ENERGY STAR® certified freezer

Air purifier/cleaner

Air purifier/cleaner

ENERGY STAR® certified air purifier or cleaner

Water heater

Water heater

Electric tankless water heaters and ENERGY STAR® certified heat pump water heaters