Green home ownership is just a few steps away
The first step towards cutting both carbon emissions and energy bills at home is to determine where the home could most benefit from upgrades.
Should we focus on solar panels, new windows, an energy-efficient water heater, insulation or making the home less drafty? That is what home energy assessments are all about.
More and more people want to live in energy-efficient homes and homes with a clear roadmap for becoming energy-efficient!
Energy Assessor Tyler demonstrates how a blower door works at an event at Evolution Marketing
Energy Assessment Options
Getting an assessment of any kind may increase your home's value by an average of 2.7% or $4,000! *
The IRA Energy & Incentive Report identifies how much in federal funds from the new Inflation Reduction Act your home is eligible for, as well as Wisconsin's Focus on Energy rebates and unlocks them for you!
Includes an in-person inspection of your home, creating a personalized plan for how to benefit from the federal incentives, and includes a 1-1 walk-through so you know how to be first in line! These includes, but aren't limited to, a "blower door" that measures the air leakage in & out of your home from outside (and where) and combustion safety tests of gas appliances, to name a few. Eligible for a $150 federal tax credit, and unlocks federal rebates from the Inflation Reduction Act!! Final cost after federal tax credit: $350.
Incentives that may be available: (to name a few!)
$2,000 - $8,000 in rebates for improvements recommended by an energy expert
up to $14,000 in HEEHRA rebates for upgrades like heat pumps ($8,000 rebate for a "heat pump" requires an energy assessment, according to the Dept of Energy)
Thousands in federal tax credits for homeowners
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Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) tests can be add-ons to either standard or advanced energy assessments of your home. With IAQ tests we leave monitors around your home for 5-7 days that measure humidity, volatile organic compounds, carbon dioxide levels, radon and more. They can help you identify why certain rooms are uncomfortable or if there are possible health concerns.
According to the EPA: "a growing body of scientific evidence has indicated that the air within homes and other buildings can be more seriously polluted than the outdoor air in even the largest and most industrialized cities."
Eligible for $150 federal tax credit and can unlock rebates as described above!
We take all precautions with assessments, including sanitizing, distance, masks and everyone affiliated with Green Homeowners United is fully vaccinated.
* - Based on a review of research by Freddie Mac showing homes with energy rating from an assessment are linked to an increase of buyers’ willingness to pay at time of sale by an additional 2.7%, assuming a home price of $186,000 and taking of 80% of result to account for overestimation.
These prices cover the costs of these services, you can read more here
Energy Assessor Tyler sets up the blower door
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Energy Assessment & IRA Incentives Report $500
Energy Assessment + Health/Comfort Indoor Air Quality Test
Want to know what happens during an Energy Assessment? We made some videos to help show you the process!
Quality, not quantity
We have made quality our habit. It’s not something that we just strive for – we live by this principle every day.
"Focus on Energy" Energy Assessment - $500
The "Focus on Energy" energy assessments is designed to make you eligible for Wisconsin's Focus on Energy rebate program. In addition to a report of what improvements can save you on your utility bills, it also include a series of diagnostic tools to go further in depth on your home. These includes, but aren't limited to, a "blower door" that measures the air leakage in & out of your home from outside (and where) and combustion safety tests of gas appliances, to name a few. Now eligible for a $150 federal tax credit and can unlock Focus on Energy rebates of $1,200 - $1,800 immediately when air sealing & insulating your attic! (depending on your income)
Final cost after federal tax credit: $350.