We perform energy audits throughout the Charlotte, NC area and would welcome the opportunity to evaluate the energy efficiency of your home.
A home energy assessment assesses an existing structure to determine what systems within it are operating inefficiently, where and how energy is lost, and what cost-effective improvements can be instituted to lower the cost of utilities, make the property more durable, and increase occupant comfort. At AppleBlossom Energy, we perform energy assessments throughout the greater Charlotte, North Carolina area and would welcome the opportunity to evaluate the energy efficiency of your home.
When we perform energy assessment, it is extremely helpful for the auditor to understand what your yearly energy bills are like, as well as the types of existing problems your property experiences. Please have this information available for us to see when we arrive to conduct your audit. This will better enable us to uncover simple ways to reduce how much energy your property consumes.
When our professionals perform energy assessment, we diagnose the home with a blower door test, a combustion analysis, a gas leak test, and a thorough physical inspection. By doing so, we are able to reveal areas where insulation might be missing or places where air infiltration might be a reoccurring problem. We also identify any hard-to-detect areas where a health or safety issue may be occurring. In addition to using specialized equipment, we rely heavily on our extensive knowledge of energy reduction practices to provide correct, reliable information about the property.
At AppleBlossom Energy, we understand every building’s energy consumption needs are different, and we look forward to helping you realize the benefits that come from our sustainable products and services. Contact us today to find out more about energy assessment, when they are needed, and why they are advantageous.
At AppleBlossom Energy, we can perform energy assessments in Charlotte, Concord, Davidson, Harrisburg, Huntersville, and Mooresville, North Carolina.