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Home Energy Audits in Vermont

Conducting an efficiency test
Conducting an efficiency test

If you want to make your home more comfortable and to use less energy, get an energy audit before you replace windows, wrap your hot water tank, install solar hot water or make any major improvements.

An energy audit will tell you how energy-efficient your home is and recommend ways to reduce your energy use and cut your energy bills. An energy audit will also address related problems such as mold, dampness, drafts, ice dams and indoor air quality. You receive a simple written report, which includes a list of recommended improvements, ranked by cost and energy savings. You'll know whether to seal air leaks, replace windows, or to put your money into extra insulation, for example. You may want to make some improvements right away and to plan others for the future.

The Energy Co-op now offers comprehensive energy audits, priced at just $150*. Contact Paul Fleckenstein, our Co-op Efficiency program manager, to schedule an energy audit for your home.

* For homes under 2500 sq. ft.  Ask for a quote for larger homes. Many other companies charge $400 or more for energy audits.

Using a blower door to test for air leaks
Using a blower door to test for air leaks

Is your home a good candidate for an energy audit?

Click here to ask the Energy Co-op for a FREE Home Energy Review.  

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