Home Energy Audit. Home Energy Audits Can Save You Money. What We Do:. A Certified Home Energy Auditor will provide a cost-effective review and assessment of your home for energy savings. We offer two basic plans:. NEASI National Energy And Sustainability Institute. BPI RESNET
Home Energy Audits Can Save You Money
A Certified Home Energy Auditor will provide a cost-effective review and assessment of your home for energy savings. We offer two basic plans:
National Energy And Sustainability Institute
Building Performance Institute
NEASIis a detailed inspection that takes about 120 minutes.
This program identifies manychanges to help you start saving energy.
NEASI focuses on savings for the homeowner and does look at all areas in the home for savings. It will address all the energy saving opportunities in your home.
NEASI Audit focuses on
BPIis a complete home inspection that looks at all the energy savings opportunities in your home and will provide you maximum energy savings for your investment.
BPIinspection encompasses 7 main energy saving opportunities in the home With additional services not offered in NEASI audit.
There are three steps to the Home Energy Consultation.
2) The Certified Home Energy Consultant performs the energy inspection.
Everything that we recommend is backed by mathematical/scientific validation that it saves energy. Our Certified Energy Consultants are trained to identify and eliminate wasted energy saving you money.
However, because energy use can be impacted by things beyond the control of the Certified Home Energy Consultant, we cannot guarantee any energy savings. For example, if someone leaves the lights on in a room for days, or the compressor in the air conditioner goes bad causing it to run longer and harder than usual, or a new piece of electronics or appliance is brought into your home, your overall energy bill will be seriously impacted at the end of the month.
If you make the recommended changes AND do not add energy use, you will see a reduction in your energy use and your energy bill.
Lighting accounts for approximately 20% of the average home electric bill. If you spend $100 for electricity each month, approximately $20 is spent on lighting.
Heating/cooling systems account for approximately 45% of the average home electric bill. If you spend $100 for electricity each month, approximately $45 is spent on heating/cooling.
Appliances account for approximately 20% of the average houses electric bill. If you spend $100 for electricity each month, approximately $20 is spent on appliances.
Home Electronics account for almost 15% of the average home electric bill. If you spend $100 for electricity, approximately $15 is spent on home electronics.
The shower accounts for approximately 20% of indoor water use and about 60% of hot water use.
Sealing your home and installing proper insulation can save a home upwards of 30% on their heating and cooling costs.
Being on the proper energy plan for your energy use can save you hundreds of dollars a year.