Execute Your Hidden Electric Load Reduction Project Plan
Homeowners often take the lead on simpler tasks such as lighting efficiency upgrades, plug load reductions 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, identifying hidden electric loads, air sealing of your home or adding insulation, GreenHomes recommends getting a quality energy audit for your home. For example, when done properly, an energy audit pinpoints the true sources of electrical waste in your home. As a result, the energy audit provides a roadmap or plan for creating a more energy efficient home. Follow these steps to execute a hidden electric load reduction project.
Finally, to help you find a qualified contractor in your area, GreenHomes America did the work for you. We established a list of Qualified Contractors. And these contractors all passed our rigorous verification procedure. So, the list helps you find quality contractors in their area. Additionally, all GHA quality contractors successfully completed our training assurance program. This also makes 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 simpler and less stressful. Give the GHA Qualified Contractor Network a try!