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What Is A Home Energy Audit

Home Energy Audit

A Home Energy Audit will identify cost effective ways to make your home more energy efficient, comfortable, and healthy. Reducing energy usage, saving electricity and the use of other fuels such as oil heating, propane heating, natural gas heating will be identified. The source of comfort issues such as hot and cold areas will be identified as well.

Your homes attic insulation, crawl space insulation, garage ceiling insulation, and heating and cooling systems are evaluated. Improper garage ceiling insulation will make the room above to be cold in the winter and hot in the summer.

High Performance Home offers a $100 home energy audit for qualified BGE and Potomac Edison customers. We will identify exactly where you are wasting energy in your home and find energy saving solutions that are cost effective. The process includes a blower door test, thermal imaging, and safety testing. This is valuable information that tells you what the most cost effective improvements would be before you spend any money on ones that may not help!

As a Participating Contractor in both BGE and Potomac Edison Home Performance Programs, your Energy Audit by High Performance Home will also let you know how much of a Rebate you may receive for the recommendations, which can be as much as $7,500.00
High Utility Bills? Comfort Issues? Health or Safety Concerns? Look no further than High Performance Home, LLC. With over 40 years of professional contracting experience building, improving, remodeling, repairing, and adding on to homes and buildings, and over 14 years of experience as a Certified Energy Auditor & Home Performance Contractor. You can’t go wrong by contacting us today! We provide service to Carroll, Frederick, Howard, Western Baltimore, Washington, Counties. Also, check us out on Facebook
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