Home Energy Audit
The Benefits of an Energy Audit
An Energy Audit will provide you with solutions that can reduce your energy usage by 30% or more.
Lower energy bills and increase energy savings.
Prioritize cost effective solutions.
Uncover hidden problems.
Lower green house emissions.
Increase home resale value and marketability.
For every $1 decrease in annual energy costs, the market value of a home increases by $20, according to a study published in the Appraisal Journal.
A home energy audit will show you where your home is losing energy, and provide you with cost effective solutions to the problems.
How It Works
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Schedule an Energy Audit to get a total-home assessment so you can evaluate the areas that are critical to your homes energy efficiency.
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Your Energy Auditor will then prioritize solutions, and provide you with the best cost-effective approaches that you can take.
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Energy Efficiency Improvements can reduce utility usage by 30%-50%, saving the average homeowner thousands each year.
INSULeer is an industry leading expert on the integrated, whole-building design process.
Our improvements optimize efficiency, while creating a more comfortable living environment.
We are partners with the most respected names in the energy and building science industries.
ENERGY STAR PARTNER
ENERGY STAR PARTNER is an EPA program that provides simple, credible, and unbiased information that consumers rely on to make well-informed energy efficiency decisions
EPA Indoor airPLUS Partner
The Indoor airPLUS Program is a partnership that helps improve the quality of indoor air throuh improvements in contruction practices.
The Home Energy Rating System (HERS) Index is the industry standard for inspecting and calculating a home's energy performance. It is the most in-depth assessment you can get.
Changes You Can Measure
Over 2 million homeowners have received a RESNET (HERS) Energy Audit,
saving more than 200 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity each year.
ENERGY STAR PARTNERS has helped to prevent more than 150 million
metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions on an annual basis.