For many homeowners, it can be difficult to maintain a constant temperature throughout the home. Whether it is improving the cold room next to the garage in the winter, or the humid second floor during the warm summer months, the Energy Alliance can help.
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6 steps to savings
By following these 6 steps, you can be on your way to saving with Home Performance with ENERGY STAR.
Contact a participating Home Performance Contractor or the Energy Alliance’s Home Performance Contracting Services to schedule your Home Energy Assessment. Your contractor will ask you some questions about your home and explain some things you can do to prepare your home for assessment day.
Home Energy Assessment
On the day of the Home Energy Assessment, your Home Performance Contractor will review your concerns and explain the assessment process. During the assessment, the contractor may discuss basic building science principles with you and show you areas where major issues exist.
Home Energy Report
After your Home Energy Assessment, the contractor will provide you with a comprehensive report that identifies opportunities to improve your energy efficiency and comfort. Your contractor will discuss the report with you in order to develop a work scope that addresses the issues you identified and fits your budget. The outcome of the discussion will create the work scope for your Home Energy Upgrade.
Your Home Performance Contractor will work with other Energy Alliance participating contractors to ensure that the selected efficiency measures are installed properly. All participating contractors are licensed and trained professionals who have the skills and knowledge necessary to install efficiency measures.
Once the Upgrade is completed, the Home Performance Contractor will perform a test-out to ensure that the energy efficiency measures were installed correctly. In addition, quality assurance inspections are conducted on a portion of all Home Energy Upgrades.
Enjoy lower utility costs, better indoor air quality, a more comfortable home,
and a safer living environment for you and your family.