Green Energy, Green Home
What does this mean to a homeowner???
Start learning about your home today with a home energy audit!
What Comes First? A HOME ENERGY AUDIT
Why should I have a home energy audit performed on my home before I make home improvement measures?
You will receive a detailed analysis of your home, and a detailed list of steps you can take to help improve the comfort, safety and energy efficiency of your home – without the guess work of what needs to be fixed.Utility companies subsidize 75% of the audit cost – which means you are responsible for only $100!
Although rebates are offered for improvements completed, they only apply if you have had an audit completed BEFORE these measures take place.
So it’s well worth to have an audit completed before taking steps toward home improvement.
What Kind Of Improvement Measures Are Available?
Air sealing – properly sealing cracks or openings in your home to reduce heating and cooling costs.
Insulation – reduces unwanted heat loss or gain, and can decrease the demands on your HVAC system.
Duct Sealing and Cleaning – removes all existing dust and dirt from duct system, and seals off the gaps where dust and dirt are entering. It improves the velocity of the air coming out of vents, which creates a more comfortable living space and allows your HVAC system to run more efficiently.
Questions about what air sealing & insulation can do to benefit your home?
Even with the rebates available, if you’re not sure you can afford to make the necessary improvements to your home, we have an option. Apply for home energy efficiency improvement financing through Mariner Finance. It’s quick and easy to apply!
If you have any questions about home energy audits, please feel free to contact our auditor via email: Lee Shields
or Call Glenmont Heating & Air Conditioning at 301-468-2665301-468-2665