Energy Savings

Call us at 1-800-479-2284 for a free,
no-obligation energy survey of your home!

 

All homes leak air. Air leakage allows polluted, cold, humid and hot air in, making it costly to heat and cool your home. This will contribute to poor air quality affecting ones health and the integrity of the structure.

 

Why Homes leak? Most structures leak because of penetrations created by poor craftsmanship, air gaps that were never sealed or because they were built with insufficient insulation. Fiberglass insulation has a short shelf life once installed. Fiberglass degrades and blackens over time acting more like a “filter” as air passes through it.

 

We perform a free, no-obligation survey of your home. During this inspection, our certified energy specialist walks the home with you to identify issues and makes strategic recommendations that can transform your home into a healthy, comfortable, energy-efficient space.

 

The recommendations are itemized, giving you the option to move forward incrementall. We assist you with setting the order of operations and provide information about incentives, loan programs, and tax credits.

 

How do I know if I need a home checkup if?

 

* Your heating bills were too high this past winter
* You have mold, moisture or allergies issues
* You were cold this winter and dread the summer heat
* You smell a musty odor or have a chronic pest problem
* You feel like you could be doing more to conserve and lower your carbon footprint.

 

Our whole house survey reveals your home’s opportunities:

Comprehensive air sealing of penetrations, windows and doors
Basement Beam Ends
Attic, Interior Garage Ceiling & Exterior Wall Insulation
Knee Wall and Crawl Space Covering

 

Insulation and air sealing will:

Closes rodent and insect penetrations
Eliminates drafts and discomfort
Solves incidences of poor indoor air, mold, musty odors, building rot, and ice damming
Saves you 25%-40% in annual energy expenses








We perform a free, no-obligation survey of your home. During this inspection, our certified energy specialists walks around the home with you to identify issues and makes recommendations that can transform your home into a healthy, comfortable, energy-efficient space.

 

The recommendations are itemized, giving you the option to move forward incrementally or to do all the remediations from the start. We will assist you with setting the order of operations and provide information about incentives, loan programs, and tax credits.

 

You need a home checkup if:

Your heating bills were too high this past winter
You have mold, moisture issues or allergies
You were cold this winter and dread the summer heat
You see mold growth, rodents, or bugs
You feel like you could be doing more to conserve and lower your carbon footprint.


Our Coverage Area


Ardsley, NY | Briarcliff Manor, NY | Bronxville, NY | Buchanan, NY | Croton-on-Hudson, NY | Dobbs Ferry, NY | Eastchester, NY | Elmsford, NY | Harrison, NY | Hartsdale, NY | Hastings-on-Hudson, NY | Hawthorne, NY | Irvington, NY | Jefferson Valley, NY | Katonah, NY | Lake Mohegan, NY | Larchmont, NY | Mahopac, NY | Mamaroneck, NY | Mount Kisco, NY | Mount Vernon, NY | New Rochelle, NY | Nyack, NY | Ossining, NY | Peekskill, NY | Pelham, NY | Pelham Manor, NY | Pleasantville, NY | Port Chester, NY | Rockland Count, NY | Rye, NY | Rye Brook, NY | Scarborough, NY | Scarsdale, NY | Sleepy Hollow, NY | Tarrytown, NY | Thornwood, NY | Tuckahoe, NY | Valhalla, NY | White Plains, NY | Yonkers, NY | Yorktown, NY | Yorktown Heights, NY | Beaverbrook, CT | Beckettville, CT | Belltown, CT | Bethel, CT | Bridgeport, CT | Newtown, CT | Norwalk, CT | Greenwich, CT | Pemberwick, CT | Pine Rock Park, CT | Pleasant Acres, CT | Ridgefield, CT | Riverside, CT | Rowayton, CT | Shelton, CT | Danbury, CT | Stamford, CT | Springdale, CT | Stamford, CT | Stratford, CT | Trumbull, CT | West Norwalk, CT | Westport, CT | Wilton, CT | Winnipauk, CT |

Recommendations may incl.:

Air seal all penetrations into attic floor
Dense pack high-performance cellulose under storage area or dry blow cellulose onto attic floor/perimeter
Insulate attic hatch or entrance
Insulate basement rim joist cavities
"Skin" interior walls to reinforce thermal properties
Drill and dense pack floor
Pin rock wool to walls and insulate rim joists
Install netting and dense pack cellulose into ceiling deck
Air seal baseboards, electrical/plumbing penetrations and window cracks
Install weather stripping around doors and plugs
Install a chimney lock top or balloon
Blow cellulose into interior garage ceilings to protect rooms above
Fill exterior walls with cellulose