Home Energy Review

We can help you decide if your home needs an energy audit. We'll need to know:

Home Energy Audit

Conducting a home energy audit

  • The total heated area of your home - basement, first and second floors, garage, etc.
  • The amount of heating fuels that you use each year. This could include heating oil, kerosene, cord wood, propane, electricity, wood pellets or natural gas (If you're a Co-op member, we already know how much oil or kerosene you use each year).

So, gather this basic information and then call us at (802) 860-4090 or send us an e-mail. A general rule is that if you use more than 40,000 BTU/square foot to heat your home, you should consider paying for an energy audit.

Service Areas

Our Member Testimonials

  • Efficiency Success Story

    We've been Co-op members since 2012. In 2005 after using 1,823 gallon of heating oil and five cords of wood for heat and hot water we set out on a long-term effort to bring our energy use under control.

    Chuck & Gaye, Jericho, Vermont

    Services Provided:

    Boiler Installation & Replacement, Indirect Water Heaters, Price Protection FAQ, Space Heater Maintenance
  • Committed to Reducing Fossil Fuel Footprint

    My wife and I are committed to reducing our fossil energy footprint, and have been heating our home with wood, trying to use our old oil burner only as backup. Unfortunately, this leaves some cold corners in the house, including our kid's room.

    Todd C. and Maeve McB., South Burlington, Vermont

    Services Provided:

    Fixed Price Plans, Solar Hot Water Heaters, New Oil Tank Regulations, Space Heater Repair
  • Generous Incentives for Heat Pumps

    We wanted to have a positive impact on our carbon footprint and heard that cold climate heat pumps are very efficient and work well for both heating and cooling. The Energy Co-op of Vermont helped me determine the best heat pump system for my home.

    Mike B., Richmond, VT