Home Energy Audits
Most homes waste 20-40% of their energy through drafty rooms, inefficient lighting, and wasteful water usage. A home energy audit pinpoints specific problem-areas in your home and identifies efficiency improvements to increase your comfort and save you money on your home’s energy and water.
The average homeowner in the Washington-Baltimore region spends over $170 on home energy each month. We help you save 10-25% on your energy bills while improving the comfort of your home and reducing your environmental impact. We do it in three simple steps:
Step 1: Conduct a Home Energy Audit
Diagnose your home’s energy usage. A Home Energy Audit takes only 3-4 hours to complete, includes the installation of CFLs, low flow shower heads, faucet aerators, and pipe insulation, and are heavily subsidized by your utility. Home Energy Audits cost $0-$400 for most homes, and save most homeowners over $200 on their annual energy bill.
Step 2: Make Energy Efficiency Upgrades
Make energy saving improvements to your home including adding insulation, duct sealing and air sealing. Our team completes most jobs in only 1 day at minimal cost to you.
Step 3: Rebates and Savings
A Home Energy Audit unlocks rebates for improving your home’s efficiency. Rebates can cover up to $3,500 of work in Maryland, and up to $1,600 of work in DC. Typical homes earn back the cost of improvements in just a few years through lower energy bills. We work with Pepco, BGE, Potomac Edison, and other utilities to ensure you get the highest rebates available.