How Energy Efficient Is Your Home?

Your home wasn’t necessarily constructed using the latest building science and materials. This means your home might not contain the most energy-efficient living spaces.

An energy-efficient home saves you money on utility costs, reduces your impact on the environment and creates a more comfortable environment for you and your family. So how do you know if your home is energy efficient? Start by assessing your home’s thermal envelope and systems using this free energy-efficient home checklist.

What’s Inside?

By determining how well your home’s thermal envelope and systems currently operate, you can identify what upgrades are needed to improve your home’s energy performance. Inside this free checklist you’ll find tips for inspecting and optimizing the energy efficiency of your home’s:

  • Roof
  • Foundation
  • Windows
  • Doors
  • Walls
  • Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC)
  • Water heating
  • Appliances
  • Lighting

Energy-efficient home improvements can significantly reduce energy loss, so heated and cooled air won’t seep out of cracks and crevices — keeping your home the ideal temperature (and your energy bill low) all year round. Plus you’ll enjoy added bonuses like healthier indoor air quality, so you can rest assured your home is a safe space for the whole family.

What are you waiting for? Reduce your energy usage, cut your utility costs and ensure your home’s a place you can take pride in. Fill out the form to download your free energy-efficient home checklist today.

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