Thermal imaging is a non-invasive assessment tool that can detect heat loss in areas of your home that a general inspection cannot.
Blower door tests are an assessment of the air infiltration of a home. It creates a negative pressure in the home to determine the air exchange rate per hour and also allow you to pinpoint air leak locations during the test.
Upgrading the R-value of the insulation in your home can have a large reduction in energy costs. There are many ways to increase these R-values and an energy assessment can determine the areas that will provide the best value for you.
Solar panels are a smart investment for clean, sustainable energy that that can offset your homes electrical needs. The government provides initiatives and rebates to encourage more renewable energy and the statistics show that it can increase property value more or equal to a kitchen renovation.
Windows and doors can result in 20-30% of a homes heating and cooling loss. Upgrading to new energy efficient windows and doors can provide improved aesthetics, energy efficiency and ensure that your home is protected from water penetration that can be costly down the road.
Net zero homes are built with the goal of putting energy conservation first. They are built with advanced technology and materials to ensure that from foundation to shingles, all components work together to create an envelope and mechanical system to offset as much energy use as possible.