Seal the deal on savings and comfort with energy-efficient insulation.

Get up to $125 in cash-back rebates for installing energy-efficient insulation.

Do It Yourself

The insulation rebates chart below notes the potential rebate you’re eligible for. Amounts vary by installation location.

After you install new energy-efficient insulation, apply for your rebate.

  1. Click on the Apply Online button to start your rebate application.
  2. To complete your application you will need:
    • Your DTE account number
    • Home information such as year built, square footage, address, etc.
    • A copy of your proof of purchase (receipt or paid in full invoice)
  3. Review and submit your application.

Get your rebate in 4 to 6 weeks.

Hire a Contractor

If you prefer to have a licensed contractor install your new insulation, search our directory to find participating contractors. These contractors do not represent or work for DTE.

  1. Visit the Find a Contractor Tool
  2. Enter the home address, city, or zip and select "Insulation" under the "Services Provided" tab to find a contractor.
  3. Contact your chosen contractor to confirm they are participating in the promotion, then schedule your appointment.
  4. Get your rebate in 4 to 6 weeks.

You qualify for an insulation rebate if DTE is the primary provider of your home’s heat (most DTE natural gas and natural gas/electric combination customers qualify). Premise eligibility is limited to single family homes. Single family homes are defined as 2 or less connected units. Each unit must be individually metered for natural gas and electric and each unit must have its own heating, cooling and water heating equipment. New construction homes do not qualify.

Insulation RebatesAmount

Roof & Attic

(must insulate a minimum of 500 square feet of attic area)


Above-Grade Wall

(must insulate a minimum of 250 square feet of attic area)



(must insulate a minimum of 100 square feet of attic area)


Rim/Band Joist

(must insulate a minimum of 50 square feet and all accessible rim joist areas)


Basement Wall

(must insulate a minimum of 200 square feet of wall area)


Crawl Space Wall

(must insulate a minimum of 100 square feet of wall area)



(must insulate a minimum of 100 square feet of wall area)


Finished installing new energy-efficient insulation? Go for a rebate!

Get your favorite rebate faster by applying online! Rebates arrive within 4-6 weeks.

Limited Funds Available

Electric Customers


Natural Gas Customers


Rebates funds are available on a first-come, first-served basis and customers are encouraged to apply early, as program funds are limited.

  Insulation Tips

Save Up to 10% Annually

Add insulation and seal air leaks around your home to increase comfort and energy efficiency while saving up to 10% on your annual energy costs.

R-Value for Attic Insulation

Insulation levels are specified by R-Value, a measure of insulation’s ability to resist heat flow. The higher the R-Value, the better the thermal performance of the insulation. For example, the recommended insulate level for most attics is minimum of R-38, or about 10 to 14 inches.

Insulate Your Water Heater

Water heaters are the second highest source of energy use in homes. Insulate with a water heater blanket to prevent heat loss. Hire a contractor to ensure the blanket doesn’t cover an electric panel, gas valve or pressure release.