Every month new benefits are being announced by local, state and federal agencies encouraging home owners to ‘go green’. We monitor these to ensure you can take advantage of them. We also keep you updated on new benefits as they become available. In addition we will alert you to any new energy services and products as they are released. As an NEG customer you’ll receive our monthly magazine and e-Newsletter at no charge. Once the energy savings program has been implemented we present you with a plaque and a sticker for your front door acknowledging your home as a …
“Member of the Earth Preserver Society”
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Diagnostic Energy Audit
The purpose of any energy audit is to discover how to increase energy efficiency of the home or business, increase the occupant’s comfort level and increase durability of the home or building being audited. The positive effects on the environment are also a key reason why energy audits are done.
Our professional energy auditors go over your house from foundation to roof reviewing over 200 specific items including:
• Review your utility bills and produce an estimate of heating, cooling and average base energy usage
• Determine the square footage and age of the building
• Inspect the insulation used throughout
• Inspect the windows for types of material and glazing used
• Determine the type and location of heating and cooling systems
• Inspect the ductwork, duct insulation, and any previous duct sealing
• Determine the type of foundation
• Check for common air-leakage sites visually
• Estimate the age and efficiency of major appliances such as dishwashers, refrigerators, freezers, washing machines and dryers
• Determine the amount and type of permanent and portable light fixtures and what kind of light bulbs are used
• Visually inspect for condensation
• Check for the presence and location of exhaust fans and determine where they are vented to
• Determine the number and type of water fixtures
• Inspect for the presence and type of combustion equipment such as stoves and water heaters and check for evidence of poor pilot light performance, blocked chimney etc
• Perform a blower door air leakage test