These days, the modern homeowner not only wants to maintain their property and reduce the need for repairs, but they want to make sure their home is as energy-efficient as possible. Of course, energy-efficiency not only benefits the homeowner cost-wise, but an energy-efficient home is better on the environment.
If you are living in an older home that has not been remodeled or updated, you would definitely benefit by becoming more familiar with your home’s energy usage. If your home is still using old toilets and an old furnace, has old windows, and can be better insulated, there are probably simple, affordable steps you can take to make your home more energy-efficient.
Even if your home is only 15 years-old, there still may be ways to make it more energy-efficient, especially if the builder cut a few corners as some builders do. So, how do you assess your home? How do you find out if you’re losing energy and money? The answer is through a home energy audit!
Are You Losing Energy & Money?
Through a home energy audit, homeowners can discover if their home is losing energy. If their home is, it usually means they’re losing money as well. Fortunately, the good news is that home energy audits allow homeowners to correct the problems so their homes can become more energy-efficient.
Are you worried that your home is needlessly losing warm air during the winter, and cold air during the summer? Are you concerned that it needs better insulation, or that the windows could be sealed better? If so, your first step is to have a home energy audit, this way you can see what areas need improving before you invest time and money into projects.
While our home energy audit will provide you with a comprehensive picture of your home’s energy usage, we can help you pinpoint and prioritize which upgrades would benefit you and your family the most.
If you’re ready to get started, contact our Cleveland HVAC company today!