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Home Energy Audits in Baltimore.

When you’re shopping for appliances nowadays, your choices are narrowed down to the ones that save the most energy. However, it’s tricky to create efficiency if your home has some leaks or insufficient insulation. Good thing it’s easy enough to have someone do a home energy audit to identify which areas of your home can be improved. Just call Quality Refrigeration in Baltimore at 410-355-6010 or schedule your appointment today.

Professional Home Energy Audit

Our Baltimore team can conduct a home energy audit for you. We’ll do inspections and tests inside and outside of your home. We’ll examine your outdoor walls and joints, paying special attention to the eaves. We look for a snug fit to make sure no air is getting in – or out – of your home. Inside, we look at your insulation in the attic and around your furnace and water heater. To finish, we’ll check the duct work for proper seals that contain your heated or conditioned air so it’s released in the spaces you want. A blower door test is another option that may be included in your home energy audit. This test finds and measures leaks using infrared cameras to figure out which areas may have insufficient insulation or air infiltration.

When you do a home energy audit with Quality Refrigeration, we’ll map out where problems are and how you can fix them. Solutions may range from the inexpensive, such as changing your light bulbs to the more costly, such as reinsulating areas of your home or replacing an appliance. Our goal is to help you create a more comfortable home, so call 410-355-6010 to set up your home energy audit today. Baltimore utility companies may also offer similar audits. Call your local utility company to discover more.

DIY Home Energy Audit

If you want to compare your home’s energy usage to similarly sized houses and families, use the ENERGY STAR Home Energy Yardstick. You’ll just need your last 12 months of energy bills and relevant information regarding your house, such as the year your home was built, number of people living there and square footage.