Execute Energy Efficient Appliances Project Plan
Homeowners often take the lead on simpler tasks such as lighting efficiency upgrades, appliance replacements and turning things off when they are not needed. However, other, more challenging ways to reduce your electric bill such as high-efficiency air conditioning, air sealing of your home or adding insulation, GreenHomes recommends getting a quality energy audit for your home. When done properly, an energy audit will pinpoint the true sources of electrical waste in your home. Finally, the energy audit offers a roadmap or plan for creating a more energy efficient home. Learn how an energy efficient appliances project will reduce monthly costs.
Additionally, we established a list of Home Energy Auditors and Qualified Contractors that have passed our rigorous verification procedure to help customers find quality contractors in their area. All GHA quality contractors have successfully completed our training assurance program to make selecting a contractor easier for you. Homeowners are under no obligation to hire a contractor from our Qualified Contractor Network, but it should make your decision to hire a contractor much simpler and less stressful. As a result, give the GHA Qualified Contractor Network a try!