Paying high costs for energy in your home is never what anyone wants to do. However, there are solutions and answers to help you pay less when your energy bills come due. Home Performance is a complete approach to making your home more energy efficient and provide comfort in your home environment.
What is Whole Home Performance?
Home Performance includes many different factors in the home. Contractors trained in Home Performance are skilled to offer complete home improvements to make your home more energy efficient. This includes insulation, energy efficient lighting and appliances, as well as furnace and air conditioner upgrades. The benefits of the Home Performance upgrade include decreasing and eliminating energy waste in the home, as well as cold drafts and musty smelling air. Your comfort, health and the long term value of your home will increase. Your home environment will also be cleaner while you enjoy lower energy bills.
Cost of Whole Home Performance
Your upgrade will start with a thorough home inspection and evaluation to determine the current energy use of your household. After this, your Home Performance contractor will make suggested improvements that suit your budget and the priorities you have in your home. They will then help you choose the solutions that best fit your needs and the energy needs of your home. Even small changes like caulking and adding insulation can help make a significant difference in the amount of energy your home uses. This is an investment in your home, but will save you money all year round.
In fact, most homes in America end up wasting 20 to 40 percent of the energy that is consumed. This waste can be stopped through these simple home improvement measures, which in the end will decrease the budget for your home’s energy consumption. Your total spending and savings will be based off of what changes the Home Performance contractor suggests and which you decide to follow through with.
Call your trusted HVAC contractors today for a Whole Home Performance evaluation. Not only are they pros at HVAC efficiency, but they also know of other ways to make your home more energy efficient.