Improving the Energy Efficiency, Safety and Air Quality of Your Home
An assessment for up to $1500 in HESP2 incentives and PACE/PowerSaver Loans takes 2-3 hours and cost $350 for two visits. The furnace/boiler is checked for safety and efficiency, a blower door test and infrared scan will assess the baseline building performance to identify those areas that will have the biggest impact on energy use. It also includes review of contracts for rebate compliance and inspection of improvements with blower door test once work is completed. UNITIL and SUMMIT customers can receive an additional $1500 rebate.
Not employed by an insulation company, no sales commissions, conflict free recommendations and advice, I work for you.
I'll determine what needs to be done to your home and provide you with the information to effectively deal with the insulation contractors. You can assign the rebates to the contractor to be deducted from your bill and they will not be paid until I approve their work and sign off to Efficiency Maine that the work is up to HESP2 standards.
Testing and Mitigation
Air Test $150
Water Test $125
Mitigation By Bid
Repair Of Existing Systems By Bid
Blower Door Test $195
Duct leakage Test $245
Residential Energy Code TPI By Bid
Radon Standard-Installation or Consultation
Site Visit $100
Plan Review $75
Infrared Camera Scan $100
Blower Door Driven Air Sealing By Bid
Home Buyers Audit
An audit of the home you plan to purchase for an assessment of energy efficiency and air quality $275
(Air quality as affected by the physical
conditions of the home)
Free Radon Air Test with Every Energy Assessment For The Month Of July