Oftentimes we as homeowners look to our friends and family for recommendations before taking any action, especially when it comes to high magnitude decisions. If you’re experiencing an uncomfortable home and you have been told it is the insulation or the furnace, it might be time to schedule a home energy audit with GeoFurnace Heating & Cooling, LLC.
We aren’t your regular run-of-the-mill energy company that will just recommend whatever you want if it isn’t truly the solution. That’s why our comprehensive home energy audit is so valuable. We use this technique to pinpoint the exact source of your concerns so that the repairs are truly the only ones you need to get your home back!
While we all want to live in the perfect home that is affordable and comfortable all year round, it may seem an impossible task. GeoFurnace Heating & Cooling, LLC’s home energy audit is a great way to get on your way to enjoying your home again! Each home is different, which is why we take the time to analyze and diagnose your home for its specific needs. Regardless the source of the issues, we will find them and we will fix them. You’ll be saving money on your energy bills, heating and air conditioning, and truly enjoying each room in no time!
Learn about the benefits of our comprehensive home energy audit versus state-sponsored energy programs.
You may have heard that the state offers a home energy audit to all residents, but not all audits are comparable. Though these services should be of the same quality, everyone does it differently, and we have the know-how and experience to go the extra mile for each customer.
We don’t just provide the same package to every customer- each home is different how could that really help!? Our home energy audit, or you may also know it as an energy assessment or checkup, is very thorough. In fact, we perform several tests to rate your home’s systems, safety, and energy efficiency. We know those high impact areas of your home (the basement and attic) and we make sure to look for any leaks and areas of improvement.
Next, you can anticipate a report detailing our results of where your home needs some help being more efficient or safe. This report really opens our eyes to see if the furnace really is broken or if it is the lack of insulation making your furnace overwork. Let’s talk about the results and discuss how you want to move forward.
No more guesswork! We provide real results to the real problems. Contact us today to get started!
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It's important to understand how a home uses and loses energy. There are many devices and systems that interact to determine your home's comfort, energy efficiency and healthfulness. When one system isn't functioning like it should, this will affect all of the other systems. For example, leaky ductwork will force your HVAC system to worker longer and harder to maintain comfortable temperatures, and this means you will likely pay more on your heating & cooling bill.
If you know that you need to replace your water heater or upgrade your insulation, simply give us a call to get an estimate. If you are unsure of where to start, a home energy audit can help identify the weak areas in your home's energy profile, enabling you to make key upgrades that will have the most impact on energy savings.
As a member of the nation's leading energy services contractor network, GeoFurnace Heating & Cooling, LLC's technicians are trained at the Dr. Energy Saver training center. What makes us unique is that we will not only provide you with a complete energy audit, we also prioritize improvements and complete the upgrades identified in the energy assessment.
Contact the energy experts at GeoFurnace Heating & Cooling, LLC today. Call us at 1-855-644-4319 or contact us online to schedule a home energy assessment. We also provide fast, written to homeowners in Williamsburg, Elk Rapids, Petoskey, Cadillac, Traverse City, Suttons Bay, Leland, Charlevoix, Kalkaska, Interlochen, Kingsley, Rapid City and the surrounding areas.
*Based on figures from the U.S. Department of Energy.