The first step is scheduling a home energy audit. A certified contractor will
use diagnostic equipment to perform a comprehensive home energy audit
and determine how improvements throughout your home can work together to
maximize energy efficiency and savings. Some of these tests may
- A blower door test that uses the combination of pressure and
airflow measurements to determine your home's air leakage, which
contributes to higher energy costs.
- Thermographic camera tests that use infrared images to assess the
effectiveness of your home's insulation, which directly affects your
home's comfort and energy efficiency performance.
- Combustion and safety testing to detect carbon monoxide and natural gas leaks.
- Verification of adequate ventilation, which is critical to reducing
indoor air pollutants, moisture and odors in your home. Without proper
ventilation, some household contaminants can cause health problems,
while excess moisture can lead to mold growth and physical damage to
If you have a specific issue that's bothering you, like a
bedroom that's always too hot or too cold, your contractor can help you
understand the cause and provide solutions.
Benefits resulting from your home energy audit and completion of the recommended upgrades can include the following:
Rebates starting at $250 up to project cap of $7,500 or 75% of the project cost, as determined by performance based rebates. See details
- Potential energy cost savings of up to 20%
- Fewer drafts and more comfortable room temperatures
- Work performed by specially trained contractors
- Third-party quality assurance to check that all work is done properly
- Reduced greenhouse gas emissions
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