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We've been providing greener energy solutions for homes since 2012

Home is the heart of good intentions. To make a better world, let’s start with your home – switch to energy saving products, reduce your carbon footprint and lead by example. Energy efficiency can be a sexy dinnertime topic if you’ve had some experience.

Find out what energy solutions we have for Australian homes.

Heating Cooling

Rebates on air conditioning

We understand how important it is to keep vulnerable households warm in winter and cool in summer. We’re an accredited provider for the Home Heating and Cooling Upgrades Program, which provides rebates to these communities so that energy efficient reverse-cycle air conditioners are accessible to everyone.

Switch to heat pumps for free

Worried about the cost of long, hot showers in winter? Start saving up to 70% off your hot water bills simply by switching to energy efficient heat pumps.


Switch to water-efficient showerheads

Showers can make more than 60 percent of hot water usage in a household. Upgrade your showerhead to make real difference to your water use and reduce your energy costs.

Monitor your electricity usage in real-time

You can’t manage what you can’t measure! In-home displays can monitor your electricity usage in real-time by showing the data from your smart meter on your smartphone.

Weather Sealing

Stop letting the air out

Air leakage accounts for 15−25% of winter heat loss in buildings and can contribute to a significant loss of coolness in climates where air conditioners are used.

We can seal your household windows, doors, chimneys and vents to reduce your energy bill and be kinder to the environment.

Wonder why we're called Auspro? 😉

We’ve helped over 228,000 households and 14,300 businesses save on their energy bills and reduce their carbon footprint, by installing more than 3,300,000+ energy-efficient products under the Victorian Energy Upgrades program and NSW Energy Savings Scheme (ESS). We’re Australian based and owned energy upgrade solutions provider.


Our products are the best (no kidding)


We'll handle it all, to the moon and back


Government incentives straight to your doorstep


We're not afraid to commit – to you and the planet

Find out what free energy upgrades you're eligible for

Send us a message and we’ll be in touch to discuss how we can make your home more energy efficient.

Got a question? We have answers!

What are the benefits of energy efficient upgrades for your home?
Energy efficient upgrades for your home offer numerous benefits that go beyond merely cutting down on utility bills. Here are some key advantages:
  1. Cost Savings: By implementing energy efficient upgrades for your home, such as improved insulation, energy-efficient windows, and modern HVAC systems, you can significantly reduce your monthly energy bills. These savings quickly add up, providing long-term financial benefits.
  2. Enhanced Comfort: Upgrades like better insulation and energy-efficient windows help maintain consistent indoor temperatures, making your home more comfortable all year round. You’ll experience fewer drafts and hot or cold spots, creating a more pleasant living environment.
  3. Increased Property Value: Homes equipped with energy efficient features are highly attractive to potential buyers. Investing in these upgrades can boost your property’s market value, making it a wise investment for the future.
  4. Environmental Impact: Reducing your energy consumption decreases your carbon footprint, contributing to a healthier planet. Energy efficient homes use less power from non-renewable sources, promoting sustainability and environmental responsibility.
  5. Improved Health: Many energy efficient upgrades, like better ventilation systems and high-efficiency air filters, improve indoor air quality. This can lead to fewer allergens and pollutants in your home, fostering better health for you and your family.

Experience the benefits of energy efficient upgrades for your home with Auspro. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards a more efficient and sustainable living space.
How does a home energy management system work?
A home energy management system (HEMS) works by integrating various technologies and devices to monitor, control, and optimise your home’s energy use. Here’s how it typically functions:
  1. Monitoring: The system tracks your energy consumption in real time. It uses smart meters and sensors installed throughout your home to gather data on how much energy is being used by different appliances and systems.
  2. Data Analysis: The collected data is analysed to identify patterns and areas where energy is being wasted. This analysis can highlight inefficient appliances, peak usage times, and other insights that help in making informed decisions.
  3. Control: Through a centralised interface, often accessible via a smartphone app or computer, you can control various aspects of your home’s energy use. This includes adjusting thermostat settings, turning off lights, or managing the operation of energy-intensive appliances.
  4. Optimisation: Based on the data and analysis, the system can suggest or automatically implement changes to optimise energy usage. This might include scheduling appliances to run during off-peak hours, setting energy-saving modes for your HVAC system, or recommending energy-efficient upgrades for your home.
  5. Integration: Advanced HEMS can integrate with renewable energy sources like solar panels and energy storage systems, further enhancing your home’s energy efficiency and sustainability.

By utilising a residential energy management system, you gain valuable insights and control over your energy usage, leading to reduced energy bills and a smaller carbon footprint. It’s an essential tool for anyone looking to improve their home’s energy efficiency and contribute to a more sustainable future.
Are there any government incentives for energy efficient upgrades in Australia?
Yes, several government incentives are available in Australia to encourage homeowners to invest in home energy efficiency services and upgrades. These incentives are designed to make it more affordable for you to improve your home’s energy efficiency. Here are some of the key programs:
  1. Rebates and Grants: Various state and federal programs offer rebates and grants for energy efficient upgrades for your home. These might include incentives for installing solar panels, upgrading to energy-efficient appliances, or improving home insulation.
  2. Energy Efficiency Schemes: Programs like the Victorian Energy Upgrades (VEU) program provide financial incentives to reduce greenhouse gases by encouraging energy-efficient practices. Through such schemes, you can receive discounts on energy-efficient products and services.
  3. Tax Incentives: Some upgrades may qualify for tax deductions or credits. Check with your local tax authority or a residential energy efficiency consultant to understand which improvements can provide you with tax benefits.
  4. Low-Interest Loans: Certain financial institutions offer low-interest loans specifically for energy-efficient home improvements. These loans make it easier to finance upgrades like solar hot water systems, energy-efficient heating and cooling, and more.
  5. Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs): When you install eligible renewable energy systems, you may be entitled to create RECs, which can be sold to offset the cost of your installation.

Taking advantage of these incentives can significantly reduce the upfront costs of making home energy efficiency services and upgrades. Consult with Auspro’s residential energy consultants to learn more about available incentives and how they can benefit you. Contact us today to start your journey towards a more energy-efficient and cost-effective home.

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Whether for home, a small or large business, we have the right energy upgrade products and solutions, just for you. Easy done, no fuss, friendly and fun. That’s us.

Oh, and we know our stuff better than anyone; that’s why we’re the leading energy efficiency brand since 2017. We actually care for the planet and each other, which is why we do what we do.

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