Consumers Reports and ENERGY STAR both recommend starting your home improvement project with a certified home energy assessment for the following reasons:
True Texas Energy’s energy audit is among the most thorough evaluations in the great state of Texas, providing clear and actionable next steps to improving the comfort, health, and energy efficiency of your home. Our comprehensive home energy audits and assessments provide you with the best solution for reducing your energy use.
True Texas Energy will start by inspecting specific locations within and without the home to determine possible ares of concern, such as windows, insulation, heating and cooling equipment, attic and more. Upon completion of the initial inspection, we will move on to evaluating those specific areas.
When we begin the evaluation process, we will take our time running multiple tests of the heating and cooling equipment and ductwork, blower door testing to measure the total drafts in your home, a thermal infrared scan to identify missing or flawed insulation, and any other areas of concern.
Upon completion of our evaluation, True Texas Energy, LLC will provide you a report stating all of our findings and test results along with our recommendations and price or prices for the best products and services we offer to get the most comfortable and energy efficient home possible for you.
True Texas Energy, LLC is a home performance contractor, which means we are a one-stop-shop and we manage the project from start to finish. We follow a three-step process when assessing and improving the comfort, health, and energy efficiency of your home.
Our certified staff perform energy audits and use their building science background to identify the energy efficiency improvements needed to solve your home’s specific issues.
Our licensed and trained team installs those improvements like insulation, heating and cooling equipment and renewable energy systems.
Our certified staff performs a quality assurance check to confirm the quality of the install and the health and safety of your home.
Independent energy auditors, on the other hand, do not install improvements. They rely on the homeowner to act as a general contractor to coordinate all the skilled trades. You don’t take your car to one mechanic for diagnosis and then relay the message to another mechanic for the repair, so why would you do that with your home?
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