SAN ANTONIO -- We've got a warning about a new scam hitting homeowners across the country. Consumer protection agencies say some companies get their foot in the door by "selling" you on a free energy audit. But once they take a look inside your home they try to sell you on their products. Those products often come at a hefty price.
If you get an offer for a free or low cost energy audit, hold off. News 4 WOAI's Mireya Villarreal has some information you need to know before letting that auditor into your home. CLICK HERE
to watch the story.CPS Energy Savers Program
CPS Energy has a free online survey that helps you analyze your home's energy efficiency and how you can improve it. They'll also go out to your house to do that survey in person for a fee of $25.00.CLICK HERE
to find out more.