Home Energy Inspection™

Did You Know?
It takes a lot of energy to heat, cool, and operate a home. Most home buyers purchase a home without first understanding what it will cost to operate it once they move in. 
The average homeowner can save over $500 every year on utility bills by following the prioritized recommendations within the Home Energy Report™.
The Report.
The Home Energy Report™ will give a home buyer a quick understanding of:
    • how much a home will cost to operate once they move in;
    • where energy (and, therefore, money) is being wasted in the home; and
    • what can be done to save energy and increase comfort.


    The Inspection.
    To produce a Home Energy Report™, your inspector will collect over 40 data points related to home energy, including:
    • number and age of new occupants;
    • local energy prices;
    • building design and orientation;
    • light bulbs, number and type;
    • insulation R-value at the foundation, ceiling and walls;
    • air tightness and air leakage rates;
    • skylights and window types and sizes;
    • appliances and equipment, size, age, capacities and efficiencies; and
    • heating, cooing and water heating data.
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    10 Ways to Save Energy in Your Home