Residential home energy audits and assessments
A home energy audit is a tour of your own home with a home performance specialist, building analyst or energy auditor. (All the same thing, just many different titles)!
The audit will reveal the places in your home where insulation is skimpy or where outside air is leaking in. The analyst will also evaluate your furnace, water heater and major home appliances to determine whether replacement or repair is recommended.
You’ll get a written report within one to two weeks after the auditor visits your home. The report will list all the measures you can take to make your more comfortable, safer and more energy efficient.
We recommend you use an analyst who has either BPI or a RESNET HERS certification. You can find one here.
Most utilities provide either a low-cost audit option or rebates for audits. Look in the table below to find your utility provider and find out what is available to help make it an affordable first step for you to take.
Call the office if you have any questions (970-704-9200).
|Natural gas service||Click here to learn about Source Gas energy audit program called excess is out.|
|Natural gas and/or electric service||Click here to learn about Xcel Energy
home energy audits
|Electric service||Click here to learn about Holy Cross Energy home energy audit options|
|All-electric homes||Click here to learn about my options as an all-electric Glenwood Springs Electric Dept. customer|