The Home Energy Score program was developed and launched by the Department of Energy in 2012. The Home Energy Score Report estimates Home energy use, associated costs, and provides energy solutions to cos-effectively improve the house's efficiency. Each Home Energy Score is shown on a simple one-to-ten scale, where a ten represent the most efficient homes.
The Home Energy Score is offered as a stand-alone service or you can choose to add it with other energy audit services. The blower door test and infrared imaging are the two most commonly requested to accompany the Home Energy a Score.
New buyers who want an unbiased assessment of the energy efficiency of their prospective home. Learn how to make cost-effective upgrades to make your new home more energy efficient, more comfortable, and more affordable.
Sellers who want to show off the improvements they've made to their home. Studies show that homes that have a Home Energy Score sell faster than homes without, even if the score is low.
Homeowners who desire to make their homes more comfortable or lower their energy bills. An unbiased assessment will provide you with a list of recommended improvements.