- How much a home will cost to operate once you move in;
- Where energy (and, therefore money) is being wasted in the home; and
- What can be done to save energy and increase your family’s comfort
Your Operating Costs
Most home buyers purchase a home without first understanding what it will cost to operate it. Most Americans spend $2,200 a year on utilities, including heating and cooling costs. Many homeowners can reduce their utility bills by up to 30%- sizeable savings-from energy improvements.
To conduct a Home Energy Inspection AHI will collect approximately 40- data points related to energy. We will then use an advanced energy calculator developed by the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors to:
- Estimate to home’s yearly energy usage;
- Pinpoint potential energy inefficiencies;
- Develop recommendations for energy improvements, and
- Determine your potential energy savings
Your online report will provide information about the efficiency of the major systems in your home, as well as recommendations for improvements that can help reduce your energy bills while making your new home more comfortable.
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Be sure to ask about Environmental Inspections to include asbestos, lead, mold, and radon exposure including allergic reactions, asthma, and other respiratory complaints.