- Average cancellation rate is 36%
- Lost revenue due to cancellations
- High Sales Team turnover
- Difficulty in attaining 100% offset
- Disqualifications due to HOA’s, zoning issues, shade
- Home orientation and roof pitch
- Crowded marketplace
- Pricing wars
- Stagnant product offering
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The vast majority of homes today have some combination of incandescent and Compact Fluorescent Light (CFL) bulbs. Occasionally there is an LED or two thrown in to boot. This mish-mash of bulbs offers poor lighting and worse efficiency. Replacing ALL bulbs in a home ensures increased energy efficiency, reduced utility bills and more even effective lighting. An additional side benefit is that with the life span of the bulbs we use, homeowners won’t need to replace any bulbs for a long long time.
POTENTIAL UTILITY SAVINGS
More than any of the other advantages Smart Thermostats have to offer, homeowners value cost savings the most. Heating and cooling costs account for between 40% and 50% of a typical home’s overall energy costs, and a Smart Thermostat can save a homeowner as much as 10%-15% on those costs. Depending on the size of the home and the type of thermostat a homeowner is upgrading from, installing and properly using a Smart Thermostat can result in significant savings starting the moment the thermostat is installed.