July 17, 2015
According to the U.S. Department of Energy, heating and cooling account for about 48% of the energy use in the average U.S. home. These costs play a major role in monthly budgeting for most homeowners, so why not take advantage of services that help to reduce energy bills?
Protect your property, your family, and your wallet from unanticipated HVAC issues by scheduling a home energy audit.
What’s typically included in a home energy audit?
- A blower door test performed on an exterior door to identify potential air leaks
- A thermographic scan for whole-home air leaks
- Inspection of windows, insulation, and HVAC equipment for safety and efficiency
- Assessment of ductwork to check for leaks and prevent future indoor air quality issues
- An overall recap and evaluation with suggestions for efficiency improvements
If you are already on top of preventative measures like taking care of your fuel tank and scheduling your annual HVAC maintenance, requesting a home energy audit can give you more complete peace of mind when it comes to keeping your HVAC equipment running at peak performance.
What are the benefits of a home energy audit?
- Save money on your energy bills throughout the year
- Take advantage of a greater return on your investment if you have newer heating and cooling equipment
- Improve your indoor comfort in the most extreme outdoor temperatures
- Rest assured that your home has been inspected by a professional for safety and efficiency
- Increase the value of your property
- Reduce your carbon footprint by lowering emissions from energy equipment
We work closely with a local, full-service energy auditor who can handle all types of home energy improvements, including duct sealing and working with our staff to deliver quality HVAC service.
Call Kurt at (215) 248-4300 for more information!