Can your home perform its best?

Do you:

Have a problem with part of your home being too hot or too cold ?

Want to save energy, be more green, or lower your utility bills?

The first step is a Home Energy Performance Evaluation, also called an energy audit, to pinpoint problem areas and help us create a roadmap to improve your home's energy efficiency and comfort.

Unlike a traditional energy audit which gives you a list of problems and leaves you on your own to solve them, the home energy performance evaluation is only the first step. Along with a report on your home's current energy usage and problem areas, you will receive a proposal with the exact costs to do the work necessary to allow your home to perform its best.

Sample Pie Chart showing energy usage after work is done on home

Along with this will be pie charts and information showing how much the proposed measures will save off of heating and cooling bills for a typical year.

If you want to move ahead, HousingPro Home will actually do the work and oversee the process to making your home an energy performer!

CALL TODAY to schedule your Energy Audit/Home Performance Evaluation in Takoma Park - 240-491-5129

Services

First Step - The Energy Audit or Home Energy Performance Evaluation which includes:

  • A blower door test to determine the leakiness of your home to air.
  • Examination of the walls, floors, and attic to determine insulation and problem areas.
  • A look at your appliances and lighting systems
  • Safety testing of furnaces, boilers, and hot water heaters to make sure they are burning properly.
  • Testing the efficiency of natural gas appliances.
  • Examination of ducts and piping systems that heat and cool the home.
  • Tracking down any moisture problems that may lead to mold formation.
  • A report on your home and a proposal with costs to remedy everything discovered in the evaluation.

How Much Does it Cost?

  • A basic home energy performance evaluation (or energy audit) is $350 for Takoma Park or Montgomery County near Takoma.
  • If there are multiple heating and cooling zones, or complex duct systems the cost will be higher.
  • A audit will take 3 or 4 hours to complete.