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Do I Really Need a Home Energy Audit?

- 10:26 am - August 24th, 2016


The answer is yes, you really do need a home energy audit – that is if you want to save money and lower your home energy consumption.

 The first step in turning your home into a more affordable, more comfortable, energy-efficient living space for your family, is to invest in a home energy audit. Identifying any deficiencies in your home’s insulation, detecting air leaks in your home’s thermal envelope, and evaluating potential indoor environmental and air quality issues will bring you one step closer to a safe and healthy home.

 With today's volatile energy prices, now is a good time to practice energy conservation. Every effort you make, no matter how big or small, will help you save money and energy during the heating and cooling seasons.

 There are many reasons to invest in a home energy audit.  First among those, audits can detect safety and combustion problems associated with propane – ultimately an audit can save your life. Even though caulking doors and windows can help reduce air leaks, a home energy audit can help find leaks that are hidden and hard-to-find. Additionally, home energy audits can also save you money by identifying the actual problems in your home before you go out and buy a brand new heating or cooling system, and even for the most devoted energy savers, an audit can help homeowners find opportunities to save energy.

 Noonan’s home heating and cooling professionals can even help sort through new products and product claims to evaluate what is a good fit for your home. Every home is unique and our comprehensive energy audits will provide you with recommendations to make your home more energy efficient.

If you are a National Grid or Eversource customer you can take advantage of Noonan’s No-Cost Home Energy Assessment through the Mass Save Home Energy Services Program. We will perform a thorough roof-to-basement evaluation to calculate your home’s exact energy usage and air leakage. You will then receive a report detailing how your home uses energy and information on how much energy and money you could save through a variety of energy efficient solutions.

Call 800-343-8829 or visit, noonanenergy.com to schedule your home energy assessment.