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If you want to improve the energy efficiency in your home, start by scheduling an energy audit with Gold Star Insulation! Energy audits help analyze energy flow and determine where it can be better conserved.
Contact us online or call (916) 229-8445 today to speak with one of our energy efficiency specialists to schedule an energy audit in Roseville or Sacramento!
A home energy audit is an assessment that can show you where your home is losing energy (and how you can save money). It uses tools and techniques such as the blower door test to give you an overall picture of your home’s energy efficiency. A home energy assessment can reveal issues such as:
An energy audit of your home will show you problems that can potentially—when corrected—save you money over time. It’s the first step towards maximizing your home’s energy efficiency and living more comfortably in an affordable and safe matter.
In addition to ensuring you get the right type of insulation for your home, our visual energy audits in Roseville and Sacramento offer some other benefits. An audit can help:
Many homes built before the 1980s were not required to seal electrical and plumbing penetrations to the attic and any crawl spaces. Because of that, many older homes have tiny holes, cracks and gaps through which air leaks in and out. Air leakage can cost you money in added heating and cooling costs and affects your overall comfort.
The results of our home energy audit will help our specialist create a plan to improve the energy efficiency of your home. Air sealing is the first step. Our specialists will find those unsealed sites, and we can also inspect the room over your garage or rooms with walls adjacent to the attic, as well as access points to the attic and knee wall storage areas.
All attics need ventilation to perform properly, so part of each insulation package contains provisions to ensure your soffit vents are free of debris and materials to help them stay that way. With a home energy audit in Roseville or Sacramento, CA, you can achieve this.
Through the Home Upgrade program of PG&E (Pacific Gas and Electric Company), a Sacramento, CA area utility, Gold Star Insulation can provide an energy assessment for your home—and you are eligible to get rebates!
Our team will be with you from start to finish to ensure you get your home on the right path towards the highest energy efficiency. The first step is the audit. We look at things like:
With the PG&E Home Upgrade option, you can improve your home’s envelope to maintain a more comfortable indoor environment. Improvements may include insulation, duct sealing and more. You can earn rebates of up to $2,500. It starts with a home energy assessment!
After the audit is complete, we’ll make certain recommendations to help you improve your home’s energy efficiency. After air sealing and insulation installation, you can start seeing lower energy bills and enjoying a more comfortable home all year round. These are just some of the benefits of getting a home energy audit in Roseville or Sacramento.
If you want to learn more about our home energy services—including a comprehensive assessment—feel free to get in touch with the team at Gold Star Insulation. We would love to talk to you about your options and how to increase the energy efficiency of your home in the Sacramento, California area!
Call us at (916) 229-8445 or contact us online to get started on your energy audit in Roseville or Sacramento today!
Our team can help you save money with a home energy audit and air sealing services.
Our insulation team installs batt and blown-in fiberglass insulation.
Environmentally friendly and effective, cellulose works well in homes and buildings.
Gold Star Insulation is a leading installer of spray foam insulation in the Sacramento area.
An attic radiant barrier can help keep your home cooler and more comfortable.
Gold Star Insulation provides home insulation removal services.
We are committed to saving you money by sealing your attic—which is the main source of air leaks in the home.