Home Energy Audits
Your Roadmap to Long Term Savings
The Whole House Approach
When you go to see your Doctor, the first thing they do is check your temperature, your blood pressure and your weight. You understand that these are key indicators on how well your body is performing, how well each part is interacting. Well your house needs to be viewed in the same way in order to ensure it is using energy as efficiently as possible and that all the major systems are working together to create a safe, healthy, comfortable home environment.
If you have concerns about high energy bills, uneven temperatures from room-to-room, drafts, moisture, mold, mildew, poor indoor air quality, ice dams, uncomfortable humidity levels, etc, the cause may very well be in the performance of the many systems in your house not working well. Your heating and cooling equipment, your insulation levels, your home ventilation all need to work together and the whole house approach is what Wesson Energy’s certified technicians follow. They use BPI protocol to measure, test and verify how well your home is performing.
Where to begin
Start by getting the professional home energy efficiency advice you need. It all starts with a walk through visit of your home by Wesson Energy. The simplest way to begin is to call Wesson and ask for our technician to come to your home and perform a My Home Energy Report. This is a great first step and will help you to begin the process of understanding your home’s energy performance.
If you are already aware of the necessary energy efficiency upgrade work that needs to be done in your home, you might consider calling Wesson and scheduling your appointment for the Home Energy Solutions program. Both services are performed by Wesson Energy employees who are BPI Certified (Building Performance Institute) technicians.
Learn more about energy audits
My Home Energy Report – Wesson’s free home efficiency evaluation
Home Energy Solutions (HES) – CT statewide subsidized program >