It Takes A Lot Of Energy
The homes in which we live in devour 75% of all U.S. electricity, and approximately 30% of that energy is wasted. Simply put, home energy is wasteful.
Throwing Money Away
Most homeowners throw away the equivalent of a 42″ flat-screen TV every year in wasted energy. They’re throwing away a brand new mountain bike or a really nice gas grill, or a weekend getaway vacation because their home is wasting energy. And wasting energy is like throwing away money.
The typical American home wastes energy. 60% of the homes in the U.S were built between 1980 and 2000, which means that they pre-date modern energy standards and are associated with higher energy use and operating costs per square foot. The average American household spends about $2,500 on energy every year and 30% of that money is wasted.
Many homeowners could save hundreds of dollars every year without really changing their lifestyle.
Home Energy Report™
As an InterNACHI Certified Home Energy Inspector using the Home Energy Report™ I will be able to estimate your home’s energy costs and generate an online report that provides recommendations on how you can save energy, increase comfort, and protect the environment.