1. Learn about your home.
Every home is different. The Energy Smart Home Energy Assessment provides a comprehensive report outlining opportunities for energy improvements that are specific to your home.
2. Make sure your family is safe.
During the assessment, the analyst will complete safety testing to test the air quality of your home and use specialized equipment to detect for gas leaks.
3. Qualify for utility or local rebates.
Many utility or community rebates require a home energy assessment prior to issuing rebates.
4. Receive free energy saving items.
Your analyst may install “quick-fixes” like LEDs, a programmable thermostat, bath or kitchen faucet aerators, low flow showerheads, pipe wrap, or a water heater blanket at no cost to you. These “direct installs” can provide immediate energy and cost savings on your utility bills.
5. Do your part for the environment.
Buildings in the United States are the single largest emitter of carbon emissions. Your assessment report will provide information to improve the efficiency of your home, creating a more comfortable, affordable and efficient home.