Residential Home Energy Audit

With the rising cost of living and energy becoming more expensive, people are looking for ways to save money. Lower energy bills is always a topic around the table at home. Busy schedules or fear of high cost out of pocket to do  energy upgrades tend to keep people putting off that energy audit. A professional energy audit is the first step in order to find the right energy solutions for your home. The good news is most solutions are not costly and most of our clients see saving from day one and return on investment in months not years.

Did you know the #1 cause of high energy bills in a home are air leaks!! That's right, in fact, if you add up all the leaks of condition air from a typlical home it would be like having a window 24" x 24" open 24/7/365. The #2 cause is HVAC equipment not performing efficiently or is outdated

How do we find all these leaks?

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The answer is a professional energy audit conducted by a certified auditor. BPI (Building Performance Institute) or HERS raters are the only two nationally recognized energy auditing certifications by the U.S Department of Energy for residential audits. A certified BPI or HERS professional has the skills, training and diagnostic equipment to find the leaks and other sources of energy loss in your home. These professionals can give you cost effective solutions and determine if you really need to replace those windows or equipment or just make them perform better using our patented solutions.
Our national network of qualified residential and commercial energy auditors, contractors, lenders and weatherization professionals are ready to serve you. Get on the right path to lower energy bills. Stop putting it off! schedule your Energy Audit today! 

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