Improving your home’s energy efficiency is more than simply adding attic insulation. Heating, cooling, appliance efficiency, insulation, and weatherization are all terms that most homeowners are familiar with; however, air flow is a key variable to your home’s efficiency. Air flow is associated with leaky windows, insufficiently insulated attics, and doors that leak air, but air flow is much more than that. All of your home’s small air leaks can add up to the equivalent of having 1, 2, or 3 windows open in your home.
Our preferred energy efficiency partner is an award-winning Columbus-based family business and is Building Performance Institute (BPI) Certified. They are part of a very select group to be part of both the AEP In-Home Energy Program and the Columbia Gas Home Performance Solutions Program. Using the latest technologies coupled with a thorough knowledge of building efficiency, they provide you with a comprehensive assessment of your home to pinpoint where it is losing energy, as well as developing a detailed plan to improve overall efficiency.
Energy Auditing was chosen as the place to start in this field because to save energy, you need to know exactly where you’re starting, as well as what issues you have with heating, cooling, appliances, insulation, weatherization, and air flow.
Our Home Energy Assessments and Audits can help you understand your home’s energy consumption and give you options that can save you time and money, not to mentioned provide a more comfortable living environment. We offer a basic Energy Assessment, as well as three additional levels of detailed energy audits.