Home Energy Audit

home comfort Home Energy AuditA home energy audit (sometimes called a home energy assessment) is the first step needed to find out how much energy your home is using at any given time. What this will tell you is how to use your energy better and what steps you can take to make your home more energy efficient.

Most times, your home energy audit will show things you may not have realized were going on in your home that cause damage or waste energy, costing more down the line. That could save you significant amounts of money over time!

Did you know that in Canada a home energy audit can qualify you for provincial and federal government rebates? You can qualify for government grants/rebates for new windows, toilets, insulation, washers, dryers, heaters, doors, etc. with proper revisions made to your home to make it more energy efficient.

Energy assessments will pinpoint exactly where the loss of energy is coming from and how to fix that problem. The technician doing the audit is certified to assess your home and can make available all options for the quick fix, if needed, or the permanent fix that allows you to relax comfortably knowing you have done everything you needed to do to your home while you live there to make it the most energy efficient possible.

In these hard economic times, the best thing you can do for your home is to ensure you’re not wasting energy or money. A home energy audit includes an affordable whole-house evaluation of the existing home designed to lower energy bills, increase energy efficiency, improve comfort and increase property resale values.

To lower heating and air costs, call for a home energy audit from energywisesolutions.ca. Qualify today for free retrofits and energy savings!

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