Getting a home energy assessment can help you take control of your energy costs. It can identify where your house is using the most energy and which improvements would have the biggest impact on your bottom line. Heating and cooling costs frequently account for 50% of residential energy bills. Identifying your energy waste can lead to big savings – and your home will be significantly more comfortable in the colder and warmer seasons. A home energy auditor will also assess health and safety issues that might exist in your home. Through the NYSERDA program, an audit can be free.
As part of our services and required by many government and utility programs, to access incentives rebates, tax credits and special financing we offer BPI energy audits. These audits assess the building structure for energy saving opportunities. To help us with our diagnosis of the the building structure we use scientific instruments that produce verifiable results. Some of these instruments would include gas leak detectors, combustion analyzers and thermal imagers.
We then collect this field data and impute it into state, federal and utility approved software to produce energy models, which will estimate energy savings on the energy saving opportunities in the building.