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Epic Homes: Condominium Upgrades#

Epic Homes: Condominium Upgrades

Condos are separately metered, single or multifamily units that have individual owners, their own heating and cooling systems and property lines around each unit.

Use the tabs below to start your efficiency journey!

1. Verify eligibility

  • Must receive Fort Collins Utilities electric service.
  • If the condominium is a rental, the owner must be the program participant.
  • Building must be more than one year old.
  • Eligible projects: only qualifying heating, cooling and water heater projects are eligible for rebates.

2. Schedule your advising session

Energy assessments are not available for condos. Sign up for virtual advising through Efficiency Works™ Homes.

Enroll online or by calling 877-981-1888. 

Schedule an Advising Session with Efficiency Works

3. Complete upgrades using a qualified service provider

To qualify for rebates, your upgrades must be performed by an approved service provider.

Find a Service Provider

4. Get your rebate

Following upgrades, your service provider will submit a rebate application on your behalf.

Available rebates

Epic Loan

Fort Collins Utilities offers easy, low interest rate financing options with no money down and terms up to 15 years. Simply pay for the upgrades on your monthly utility bill.

  • For all rental unit types, the loan customer must be the owner and have at least one meted utility in their name: water and/or electric.

Learn More About Loans

Epic Homes for Rentals - Landlord and Property Manager Resources

Epic Homes can help keep your rental competitive in the market, increase tenant comfort and retention, and maintain your investment.

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Renter Resources

Even if you do not own your home, you can make it more comfortable and efficient.

Renter Information

Questions?

Contact epichomes@fcgov.com or 970-416-4239.


Did You Know?

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