An EcoMize Energy Audit can Save you Money
Do you have a room that’s hot in the summer and cold in the winter?
No matter what you do to reduce your energy use, do your bills stay high?
EcoMize USA offers a comprehensive, whole-house approach to improving your home’s energy efficiency, comfort, and safety while helping to reduce your energy costs.
The EcoMize Energy Audit includes:
- A blower door test that uses the combination of pressure and airflow measurements to determine your home’s air leakage, which contributes to higher energy costs.
- Thermographic camera tests that use infrared images to assess the effectiveness of your home’s insulation. Insulation directly impacts a home’s comfort and energy efficiency performance.
- Combustion and safety testing to detect carbon monoxide and natural gas leaks.
- And if you have a specific issue that’s bothering you, like a bedroom that’s always too hot or too cold, your contractor will find out why.
The audit is $400.
The homeowner pays $100.*
The utility rebates the balance of $300. directly to EcoMize.
EcoMize handles all the paperwork.
To schedule an appointment call: 410-446-7283
In addition to the Home Performance Energy Audit some of the following simple, energy-saving measures may be installed with your permission:
- 12 compact fluorescent lights (CFLs)
- Four faucet aerators
- Two efficient-flow showerheads—fixed mount or hand held
- Pipe insulation (installed on hot and cold pipes from electric water heater)
- Electric water heater tank wrap
Benefits resulting from your EcoMize Home Performance Energy Audit can include the following:
- Potential energy use savings of up to 20 percent
- Fewer drafts and more comfortable rooms
- Work performed by specially trained contractors
- Third-party quality assurance to check that all work is done properly
- Reduced greenhouse gas emissions
*The $100 offer is valid for homes up to 3,000 square feet with a single combustion appliance zone. Audits of largerhomes or ones with multiple combustion appliance zones may cost more. Customers should discuss the cost with theirselected participating contractor.