Residential Energy Analysis | Whole House Approach
Energy Audits, Home Energy Analysis and
Residential Energy Efficient Upgrades in Durango, Colorado
Save Energy :: Save money
Infrared Camera Analysis
An Energy Check auditor can provide you with an infrared (IR) camera audit. Enabling you to see through your walls and pinpoint problem areas due to insufficient insulation or air leakage.
Call Energy Check for an infrared analysis at 970-749-5590.
Current Rebates and Incentives
Federal Tax Credits are available for energy efficient upgrades, such as windows, insulation, boilers and water heaters, as well as renewable energy options. Click here for federal tax credit details for energy efficiency or renewable energy.
La Plata Electric offers rebates to members for Electric Thermal Storage (ETS) heaters, water heaters, electric motors and air/ground source heat pumps. They also offer ENERGY STAR appliance rebates and renewable energy REC payments.
Why Energy Efficiency?
Upgrading your home with energy efficient measures just makes good business sense.
According to ENERGY STAR, about 30% of a home's energy is wasted. Why not invest in energy efficient upgrades for your home instead of paying the utility company?
Unsure what improvements will get you the best bang for your buck? A qualified Energy Check RESNET certified and BPI Building Analyst energy rater can assist you. Call us to schedule a residential energy audit at 970-749-5590.
Make the CFL Switch!
Want to know how much you would save if you replaced your lightbulbs with efficient Compact Fluorescent Lightbulbs (CFL)?Use this handy CFL Calculator to add up the energy savings! It will also give you pollution reduction equivalents, like number of cars taken off the roads and acres of forest.
We are proud to provide rating services to qualify new homes for the ENERGY STAR® label. ENERGY STAR qualified new homes are substantially more energy efficient than homes built to the minimum code requirements. Even in states with more rigorous energy codes, the U.S. EPA ensures that ENERGY STAR remains the symbol for truly energy-efficient performance. These homes are good for businesses, consumers, and the environment.
Learn more about ENERGY STAR qualified new homes at http://www.energystar.gov/.
Energy Tip #6:
When you build a green, energy efficient home, have the HERS rating or ENERGY STAR certification recorded with the title so that it travels with the property.