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Home Energy Efficiency Audit

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In-Home Energy Efficiency Audit

The first step towards providing energy efficiency in your home is by scheduling a Greenify audit. Our energy efficiency audits are performed by highly trained professionals utilizing cutting-edge equipment to provide you the most accurate and in-depth home energy audit available on the market. We conduct a blower door test and perform a thermal image evaluation of your home. Any company that performs an energy “audit” without using these two crucial components to measure efficiency is simply walking through your home and claiming that as an audit. Truth be told, IT ISN’T.

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The Energy Efficiency Audit Process

Blower Door Test

The Blower Door test involves placing a fan on your front door. The fan depressurizes the home which means that air is being pulled from the home. When the air is being pulled from the home an equal amount of air enters the home from the outside. The air flowing into the home from the outside represent all the areas of leakage and drafts.

Thermal Image Evaluation

While the fan from the door is running the auditor will walk around with a thermal image camera and will be able to pin point exactly where the leaks and drafts from the outside are coming from. This is done because the camera detects differences in temperature. When it is either hotter or colder outside then it is inside the home the camera will be able to detect that thus revealing the air leaks.

Attic and Insulation

The Greenify audit specialist will go up into the attic and check the insulation levels and evaluate the attic temperature and ventilation. Many inefficiencies in the home are located in the attic.

Insulation R-60

Window Inspection

Popular areas of leakage in the home are around windows (both the windows themselves and caulking around the windows), exterior doors, around exterior door and window trim, plumbing penetrations, electrical outlets and switches, edges of the floors, fireplaces, mechanical rooms and especially bad area attic penetrations.

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