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"I am getting $200 to $300 for a Home Energy Inspection™ on its own. When combined with a home inspection, I get $50 to $100 for the Home Energy Inspection™ . Once I did a Home Energy Inspection™ for $250, and turned it into a $400 inspection by offering to add the home inspection for $150 that usually cost $300 -- a 50% discount on the home inspection." -- James Moore from InspectPro
It takes a lot of energy to heat, cool, and operate a home. Most home buyers have no idea how much it will cost them to operate their home once they move in. Current homeowners do not fully understand how much energy and, therefore, money is being wasted by their home. And if they did understand, neither home buyers nor homeowners would know what to do about it.
- how much the 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 after they move in.
STANDARDS OF PRACTICE FOR HOME ENERGY INSPECTIONS:
CODE OF ETHICS FOR HOME ENERGY INSPECTORS:
HOME ENERGY INSPECTION PROGRAM STANDARDS:
CHECKLIST FOR HOME ENERGY INSPECTIONS:
- Recordings from past webinars at nachi.org/webinar
InterNACHI is an U.S. EPA Indoor Air Quality Program Partner:
InterNACHI is proud to be in partnership with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Indoor airPLUS Program. Through this partnership, InterNACHI has committed to promoting indoor airPLUS-qualified homes that provide homeowners with improved air quality.
InterNACHI is an U.S. EPA ENERGY STAR® Program Partner with logo and advertisement privileges: