Switching to electric
is better than ever
is healthier than ever
is safer than ever
is cleaner than ever
is smarter than ever
Everything gets better when you switch
When you switch your appliances from gas to electric, you can count on these things improving:
Electrifying improves air quality (both indoors and out) and reduces the likelihood of fires and gas leaks.
Homeowners can save on energy costs when upgrading to electric technologies.
Home improvement benefits are two-fold – increased home value and increased comfort.
Switching to electric equipment cuts homeowner’s carbon footprint.
Find the right solutions for your home
Electrify your home by upgrading appliances powered by fossil fuels to more modern, more efficient, and safer electricity-powered appliances. Electrification helps the environment by reducing pollution from buildings.
Modern water heaters use hybrid technology to provide hot water for your whole family more efficiently.
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Find an expert installer
Make your switch easier with the guidance of a trusted, pre-qualified contractor. These experts can help you determine the best upgrades, products, and incentives for your home and budget.
Work with a Contractor
- Make sure your contractor is licensed. You can check a license on the California Contractors State License Board website, or use a pre-vetted contractor in our Contractor Directory.
- Understand what kind of contractor you need. General contractors typically oversee the work of more than one specialty contractor, while specialty contractors perform specific jobs.
- In California, there must be a written contract for all home improvement projects over $500 in combined labor and materials costs.
- Licensed contractors may have access to more incentives than other people, be sure to talk to your contractor about available incentives.
- Speak with an expert about water heaters, solar or batteries.