Seal and insulate 

Rebates up to $3,000

In most houses, air leaks add up to the equivalent of a fully open window. Leaky ducts in attics and crawlspaces can account for 20% or more of your home’s energy losses. Air-sealing and adding insulation are often the most cost-effective ways to improve your home’s energy efficiency.

  • Air-seal your home to SMUD program standards, including attic floor.
  • Install and seal new ductwork.
  • Insulate your attic and deep-bury ductwork.

Rebates subject to availability of funding.

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Tax credits

Federal tax credits are also available for qualifying insulation installed starting January 1, 2023. Please note: Not all insulation installations that qualify for the SMUD rebate are eligible for the tax credit.

Tax Credit: Claim up to 30% of project cost up to a maximum of $1,200.
Expires: December 31, 2032
 Heat pump insulation must be installed in your principal residence. New construction and rentals are not eligible. Tax credits are administered by the IRS and can be claimed when you file your Federal taxes.

Learn more about current 2023 tax credits.

See tax credits for 2022 and previous years.