I include a Home Energy Score with every home inspection.
I am trained and qualified to produce U.S. Department of Energy Home Energy Scores on your home.
My inspection will identify where your home is losing energy. The report will list ways to save energy, and thereby, you will save money.
Most home buyers purchase a home without first understanding what it will cost to operate it. Most Americans spend $2,200 a year on utilities, including heating and cooling costs. Many homeowners can reduce their utility bills by up to 30% — sizeable savings — from energy improvements.
The Home Energy Inspection will give you a quick understanding of:
• how much a home will cost you to operate once
you move in;
• where energy (and, therefore, money) is being
wasted in the home; and
• what can be done to save energy and increase your
The Home Energy Book is included with your Home Energy Report. In addition to the energy-saving recommendations in your Home Energy Report, this companion ebook describes additional ways to save energy, increase comfort, and protect the environment. It also includes do-it-yourself tips to save energy right now, including easy low-cost and no-cost ways to save energy.
The benefits from making energy improvements include saving on your utility bills, increasing the comfort of your home, and reducing your use of natural resources. In the example report shown below, this home will cost the homeowner $1,729 per year to operate. If the family makes the recommended energy improvements after they move in, they could expect to save $559 every year. These estimates and recommendations are based on the energy calculations and cost databases administered by the U.S. Department of Energy and its Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
This why an Energy Inspection is included as a huge benefit with a Home Inspection.
Why is a Home Energy Inspection Benefical...