Energy Home Inspection
In 21 Century, energy saving is a must.
We all do take care about our planet, resources, and money saving.
To have an Energy Efficiency Home, first you need to do an Inspection, and that`s how IrensInspection.com perform it:
In order to generate a Home Energy Report, Inspector conducted a walk-through of the home and collected about 40 data points related to energy. Then Inspector used an advanced energy calculator developed by the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors to:
estimate the home's yearly energy usage,
pinpoint potential energy inefficiencies,
develop recommendations for energy improvements, and
determine potential energy savings.
Throughout the rest of this report, you will find information about the efficiency of the major systems in the home, and recommendations for improvements that can help reduce your energy bills while making your home more comfortable. Keep in mind that these estimates and recommendations are based on a typical family's energy usage.
Heating and cooling your home uses more energy and costs more money than any other system in your home.
Water heating is the second largest energy expense in your home. Much of that expense comes from laundry and dish washing, which are covered in the Large Appliances category.
A report will provide you with an ENERGY UPGRADE RECOMMENDATIONS
Typically upgrades are recommended based on a 6-year pay back period (upgrades that will pay for themselves within 6 years).