Save Energy and Money With a Home Energy Assessment

Virtual Home Energy Assessment

It’s important to have a lot of energy. However, that’s not as important as using up a lot of energy.

On average, each American spends $3,891 dollars on energy every year. Most of their expenses come at home. Each person uses 11.8 kilowatt-hours of electricity every day in their home.

We turn on our devices, fire up our air conditioner, and flip on our lights. We can use up a lot of energy without even knowing it.

A home energy assessment can keep you informed so you can keep your expenses down. Yet many people don’t know what one entails. Here is your quick guide on what to expect from a home energy assessment.

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From generating energy to insulating a home to regulating its temperatures, Neeeco is best suited for evaluating the efficiency improvements of a home.

What Is a Virtual Home Energy Assessment?

A home energy assessment is a room-by-room assessment of your home. A professional inspects your appliances, insulation, and ventilation. They determine how much energy each room consumes and where the energy goes.

An auditor can employ several pieces of equipment. For example, they can use infrared cameras to determine where heat leaves through your walls, doors, and windows.

You can ask your auditors to focus on particular rooms. In general, many auditors like to examine the basement and attic. 85 percent of a house’s heat loss occurs through the attic.

An auditor may ask you questions about your energy usage. They may ask about how you set your thermostat and live in each room of your house.

The assessment is no-cost and takes a couple of hours or less depending on the size of your home. You can accompany the auditor as they do their evaluation and ask questions along the way. An auditor can give you their findings verbally or in a written document so you have something to refer back to.

In some cases, the auditor may be able to provide products like smart power strips that day. Talk to them about any additional services they can provide. Most products they recommend come at no cost.