Take your first steps towards energy efficiency with an in-home energy audit including our nationally recognized report detailing energy savings projects for your home along with their associated energy savings impacts.
Residential Energy Audit
Our energy audits are thorough and comprehensive. The day of the audit will go something like this:
We will sit down and discuss your home, including energy costs, comfort issues, moisture problems, and any health or safety concerns you have.
We then install up to $200 worth of energy saving equipment including LED bulbs, powerstrips, and energy-saving showerheads; this qualifies you for a rebate of $250 from FirstEnergy.
We then perform a full diagnostic assessment of your home, using specialized equipment such as a blower door and infrared camera to assess sources of energy loss.
After we have conducted the energy audit, we will go back home and examine our findings. At this point, we will:
Analyze your energy bills
Create an energy model of your home, and determine which upgrades would save you the most energy and money
Compile a report with suggested measures and include the payback period for each (find a sample of our report here)
Meet with you to discuss or findings and your options
Complete and submit your rebate paperwork
The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy recently ranked our report the #1 energy auditing report READ MORE
Commercial + Industrial Energy Audit
Are you a local facility in the industrial, municipal, or education space that experiences high energy bills and sacrifice comfort to reduce your operating costs?
Depending on your local utility provider, energy audits can partially to fully funded with grants from the West Penn Sustainable Energy Fund (West Penn Power) or the Sustainable Energy Fund (The Metropolitan Edison Company/Pennsylvania Electric Company).
Your audit will reveal the performance of your current HVAC equipment and building as well as evaluate utilizing sustainable energy options. Implementation of energy efficient measures can be phased and strategically planned so you better understand your energy usage, and have a plan to reduce operating costs moving forward.
Don’t worry, there are also utility rebates for local businesses too and we are happy to help you navigate and apply for those benefits.
New Construction Code Compliance
For new construction projects, it is valuable to know if your new building or home is performing to design. Through duct leakage and blower door testing, a commercial energy audit can be customized to ensure code compliance as Pennsylvania updates their code requirements.
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Take your first steps towards lower energy bills