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As more and more homeowners in the Washington, DC, Northern VA and Maryland areas experience higher utility bills and learn about the importance of energy efficiency, reducing the home's carbon footprint is of increasing importance. Home Energy Medics has you covered with a range of services designed to help you "go green."
If you're like most people, your utility bills are becoming a costlier portion of your monthly expenses.
We all know the day will eventually come when energy bills skyrocket. A home performance energy audit with Home Energy Medics will identify ways to significantly lower natural gas, electric, and oil bills.
BOOST EFFICIENCY & LOWER ENERGY BILLS
We'll determine how well your home is retaining heat and cooled air through proper air sealing and insulation and evaluate appliances, lighting, and other aspects to save energy. We'll also evaluate your energy bills to see what's contributing to your energy usage. Together, we'll come up with a plan tailored to your home that is designed to help boost efficiency and cut costs.
REDUCING YOUR CARBON FOOTPRINT
Want to be greener? Many people hold the mistaken assumption that their car is the biggest contributor to energy waste. The reality, however, is that 21% of US energy consumption comes from homes. Most North American homes run on some combination of dirty fossil fuel sources—be it the coal that burns as you flip a light switch or turn down the air conditioning, or the gas or oil that burns when you turn up the heat. Energy efficiency improvements--including air sealing, duct sealing, and insulation upgrades can help you dramatically lessen your home's environmental impact while simultaneously reducing your utility bills.
Get in touch with us to learn more about how we can help you save!
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Looking for Duct Sealing? Did you know...
There is a substantial amount of energy loss when your HVAC system works overtime to make up for leaks and gaps in your ductwork. In addition to increased energy bills, the unnecessary strain on your system can significantly shorten its lifespan or lead to costly repairs. Air duct leaks can also create indoor air quality issues by allowing dust, allergens, and other pollutants easy access to the air circulating through your home. Having properly sealed ducts keeps these pollutants out of the air you breathe and balances temperatures, leaving your home feeling more comfortable.
HEAR WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS HAVE TO SAY
The crew did an excellent job. Everyone was so professional (on time, clean workspace, well mannered) they exceeded my expectations. I'm no longer using my dehumidifier and the air on the upper level is soooo much better.
Zeeye L., Arlington, VA