The “Level 1” Energy Survey is intended to be a rapid and in-expensive survey of your home to determine if there are readily apparent and instantly actionable energy-saving opportunities that you can do yourself for immediate comfort or energy savings! This quick 60-minute consultation blends an in-home visual walkthrough with our detailed construction knowledge, but without the detailed diagnostic testing, formal written analysis, infrared scanning, or advanced HVAC testing included with the “Level 2” Comprehensive Assessment. We will generate an executive summary of our findings and a Weatherization Work Scope (proposal) to conduct cost-effective energy retrofits for your home.
The BPI Energy Audit is the most popular, accurate, and thorough option when considering a whole-home approach to solving comfort, safety, and energy efficiency issues. The typical home energy audit incorporates:
Choose this option if you have serious problems with your HVAC system or duct work and need an engineer to re-evaluate how things have been installed, re-work the duct system, or install custom filters and HVAC zones. This assessment also includes detailed reports for renewable energy systems, and everything that is included in the “Level 2 – BPI Energy Audit” above. Additional deliverables to the client include:
Maryland Homeowners get a $100 energy audit:
The 2012-2014 emPower Maryland Act subsidizing energy audits for homeowners. This discounted audit cost is for Maryland homeowners only – and specifically those that reside in PEPCO, SMECO, BGE, Delmarva Power, or Potomac Edison utility districts. Participation with your local HPwES Sponsor is mandatory to get rebates and the energy audit prices quoted herein.
Any customers that have rallied groups of 2 or more homeowners should visit our Group Discounts page for additional pricing incentives from EDGE Energy.
Customers located out of our normal service areas (within 90 miles of Beltsville Office) are subject to a trip surcharge of 0.51/mile in addition to the standard fees above.
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