For the third straight year, RetroFoam of Michigan was presented a major award by Consumers Energy.
With over 800 Michigan based contractors participating in energy efficiency rebate programs through Consumers Energy, RetroFoam of Michigan was presented the Excellence in Energy Efficiency Award for Highest Natural Gas Savings for all Windows and Insulation contractors in 2015.
RetroFoam of Michigan was previously awarded the leading contractor in Highest Electric Savings in 2013 and 2014.
In 2015 RetroFoam of Michigan submitted 405 rebate applications to Consumers Energy, an increase of 280% from their submissions the previous year which nearly equaled the total amount of applications they submitted the previous three years combined.
There were 46 total contractor award recipients and 35 honorable mentions recognized at the Excellence in Energy Efficiency banquet at Michigan International Speedway on May 25, 2016. Local contractors recognized at the banquet for their contribution to the Windows and Insulation energy efficient rebate program in 2015 were:
Sparks & Sommers Insulation
Highest Total Energy Savings
Attic Insulation & Ventilation Pros, LLC
Highest Average Energy Savings per Customer
Highest Total Electrical Savings
Hansons Window and Door
Highest Total Natural Gas Savings
RetroFoam of Michigan
Outstanding New Contractor
Clarkston Window and Door
Outstanding Customer Experience
The Insulation Man
Top Performing Contractor - Insulation
Ace & Sons Insulation
Top Performing Contractor - Windows
Wallside Windows Company
Sustained Participation & Industry Advancement
WeatherGard Window Company
ACME Building Materials, Inc.
Attic King Insulation
Avalon Building Concepts
D&W Windows and Sunrooms
Ecology Products, LLC
Majic Windows & Insulation
Pella Windows and Doors
Renewal by Anderson of Greater Michigan
USA Insulation Oakland County
Consumers Energy also recognized several Michigan contractors for their energy efficiency in New Home Construction, Home Performance with ENERGY STAR®, and Heating, Cooling & Water Heating.
To learn how Consumers Energy natural gas and electric residential customers can reduce their home improvement investment when updating their home with energy efficient windows and insulation, read more here.