Home Energy Audit
The main purpose behind Home Energy Audits is to evaluate everything in your home that uses, or loses, energy. As a result of an audit, we discover areas that are deficient. These areas need extra insulation or weatherization of some kind that can save you money and make your home more comfortable. If you were too cold last winter and piled on layer and layer of clothing, or if your air conditioner just can’t keep up with the heat of the summer, a home energy audit will help us locate problem areas.
Home Energy Audits can help reduce your utility bills up to 35%. So what exactly happens during a home energy audit? The steps below explain what we do.
This test evaluates the performance and safety of combustion appliances in the home. We inspect gas pipes, furnace, water heater, exhaust fans and test for carbon monoxide.
We provide a report to the home owner including recommendations and approximate costs. We can often provide information on eligible rebates. With our recommendations, it is possible for homeowners to increase energy performance up to 25-35%.