Sometimes small fixes can save you a significant amount in Heating and Air Conditioning costs. The key is knowing where to look. That's where NC Home Audit can help.
The US Department of Energy (DOE) estimates that annual savings for energy upgrades on homes average from $250--$450 in the first year after improvements. This means that energy audits pay for themselves in 1—4 years. Thereafter, savings become money in the pocket. The DOE studies show a $1.70 return in energy benefits on $1.00 invested and nearly $3.00 in non-energy benefits (health, comfort and safety) for that same $1.00 investment.
Your energy savings from an energy audit and improved weatherization will depend on a number of factors. Some of these factors include the age of your home , type of materials used to build your home, your location, and your appliances.
...Finding the "Sweet Spot" in Home Energy Savings!
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