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When to have an Energy Audit

Energy assessment will show you how to save 40-60% off your utility bill
When to have an Energy Audit
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Before you can make your home more energy efficient, you need to know where you currently stand. A so-called energy audit, in which an energy professional inspects your home to determine where efficiency can be improved, is a great way for homeowners to figure out which parts of their property need attention.

Energy Audit Tips:

  • Residing your house – Make more energy efficient by adding rigid insulation first and blown in insulation to exterior wall cavities.
  • Reroofing your House – Add rigid insulation to make more energy efficient gain access to attic floor to seal and insulate.
  • Remodeling your kitchen – Insulate walls before installing cabinets

If you have any of these problems it is time for an Energy Audit

  • Damp cold basements
  • Spider webs in living area
  • Paint pealing
  • Drafty rooms
  • High energy bills
  • Snow melting on your roof first in your neighborhood

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Tortorice's Tips are written and republished by Bob Tortorice, our owner and head contractor. Bob Tortorice has more than 35 years of experience in residential and commercial construction and shares his knowledge through his monthly article.

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