New and old homes can benefit form a home energy assessment, which analyses the operation and interactions of the various systems and equipment in your home. Having a professional diagnosis can help solve complicated problems and help you save time, energy and money. Consider having an energy assessment before replacing equipment such as a furnace, boiler, water heater, ventilation, air conditioner, windows, doors or siding.
This assessment will also help detect any air leakage or insulation issues. An energy auditor can help ensure your house has the properly sized appliances to help improve efficiency and lower your monthly energy bills. Understanding how your home is functioning can help determine choices about designs, methods, or equipment options. Pre and post construction testing can also be used to verify using scientific methods how effective the energy performance improvements were. Your home energy auditor will provide you with recommendations may include systematic or complex concerns such as excess moister (including condensation, mold, mildew, or leakage), uneven heating and cooling, drafts, ice dams, or high-energy bills. An energy assessment will highlight energy-saving improvements to help you reduce your utility bills and improve the health and comfort of your family.