In-Home Energy Inspections

CARE energy auditor uses their expertise in energy conservation to identify ways a home or business can improve their energy consumption. They investigate ways a Home or building may be using more energy than necessary and collect detailed reports on opportunities for improvement. This can save energy consumers a lot of money. The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that individuals can save 5%-30% off their energy bill by making the upgrades recommended from an energy audit.

WHAT YOUR AUDITOR WILL LOOK FOR

EXTERIOR AIR LEAKS

  • Cracks in the siding

  • At windows and doors

  • At dryer vents

  • Holes for mechanical services and equipment

  • Openings along the underside of the lowest course of siding

  • Other unsealed opening

 

WEATHERSTRIPPING

  • All exterior door and storm doors

  • Door sweeps and thresholds

 

INTERIOR AIR LEAKS

  • At the top of the foundation wall

  • At the wood framing that runs above, around, and through doors, windows, and baseboards

  • At electrical receptacles and switches mounted on exterior walls

  • At fireplace(s)

  • At attic hatchway doors and pull-down stairs

  • At whole-house fan insulations

  • At the HVAC filter

WINDOWS

  • Leaks in main floor windows

  • Leaks in 2nd floor windows

  • Leaks in basement windows

  • Leaks in storm windows

  • Unused windows that could be sealed off

  • Potential candidates for plastic energy-saver

INTERFACE OF SIDEWALL/PORCH/GARAGE WALL

  • Leaks in bottom(s) and door(s)

  • Leaks in wall penetrations

  • Missing or inadequates

  • Missing or inadequate insulation

 

ATTIC SEALING

  • Holes from conditioned space below for mechanical runs

  • Air spaces around lighting fixtures, electrical junction boxes, and exhaust fans

  • Where partition walls intersect with the attic-floor framing

  • Bulkheads over kitchen and bathroom cabinets

  • At chimneys/flues adjacent to or through attic

ATTIC INSULATION

  • Depth of attic insulation

  • Coverage of attic insulation

  • Dormers, bonus rooms, or above an attached garage

  • Around attic door and/or pull-down stairs

 

WATER CONSERVATION

  • Age of water heater

  • Missing or inadequate pipe insulation

  • Missing or inadequate water heater insulation

  • Low-flow showerheads

  • Faucet aerators

  • Sweating or leaks around toilets

STEP 1

  • Set an Appointment with Energy Auditor 

(888 414-8002)

STEP 2

  • Energy Inspector does the audit of your home

  • Then gives an assessment. 

STEP 3

  • Set a date to install most important project first.

  • Permits are then pulled for project(s)

STEP 4

  • The scheduled installers, Show up and deliver journey man level work installation

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Roseville, CA 95678

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