Home Energy Audit Maine ME | Home Energy Auditor

PREPARING FOR YOUR PROJECT Things to Consider Before You Home Energy Audit in Maine:
What is your primary motivation for getting a home energy audit? (Select all that apply)

(1) Environmental (Reducing greenhouse gasses), (2) Utility bill savings, (3) Home Inspection

What is the approximate square footage of your home?
How old is your home (in years)?
Please select any primary areas of concern: (Select all that apply)

(1) Furnace or Air conditioning, (2) Windows & Doors, (3) Insulation, (4) Attic space, (5) Appliances or Lighting
How many stories is your home?

Metro Maine Area Electric Bills Are Up 25% Over Last Year



If you’re living in an average to large home, in the Houston area, built more than 20 years ago, you may have seen an increase in your electric bill of a hundred dollars or more during the summer months. If you’re considering an older home to purchase, energy costs should be a factor in your decision.

HOW HOME ENERGY INSPECTION CAN HELP MAINE HOMEOWNERS



Maine Home Energy Audits is proud to offer its clients the most thorough energy audit available.



If you are interested in improving your home’s energy performance, an energy audit is for you. A comprehensive energy audit can increase your home’s energy efficiency, reduce utility bills, improve indoor air quality, and create a more comfortable and healthier home for your family. You will also be helping to protect the environment through energy conservation.

Instead of guessing the causes of your home’s energy efficiency problems, our Building Performance Institute certified auditors use diagnostic equipment to test your home. Rather than focusing on a single component, such as single-pane windows or an old air conditioning system, diagnostic tools (blower door, ductwork blaster, and infrared thermal imaging camera) are used to undertake a ‘whole house approach’ to create recommendations for heating and cooling equipment, insulation, air infiltration, windows, doors, and lighting. See below for more in-depth information on these diagnostic tools.