Glendale Home Energy Audits
Glendale residents can be some of the kindest, down-to-earth people you will ever meet. The family friendly neighborhoods in-and-around Arrowhead Ranch homes built in the 1980's and 1990's have notorious ductwork problems, while the ranch style homes to the south are simply aging (even with brand new roofs and AC units from the hail storm). Start your path to a more comfortable and efficient home by scheduling a Green ID home energy audit today.
Green ID's Four-Step Approach to a Comprehensive Assessment:
- Never lie or act dishonest
- Provide exceptional service
- Leave every home better off than when we came
What Make Us Different
- Environmental engineer CEO
- BPI, RESNET and LEED AP accredited; winner of Energy Star's Century Club Award 2012 - 2016
- Air conditioning load calculations done on every home, 10 years of diagnosing airflow issues in Glendale
- AC best practices followed from Day 1 of your heat pump or furnace installation
- Owners, managers, staff and crew who care
- Our customers
Which Home Is Similar To Yours?
Single story, tract home
Home Energy Score: D
Two story, tract home
Home Energy Score: C
Single story, ranch style home
Home Energy Score: D
Tired of hot and cold rooms, ever increasing utility bills or always dusting the blinds and furniture? Just like a doctor using x-rays and blood work to diagnose health problems, Green ID's home energy auditors use advanced equipment and technology to identify exactly what is causing those problems and recommend solutions to create a more healthy, comfortable and energy efficient home.
I first had a home energy audit done. Michael took his time and checked for leaks as well as checked for insulation issues in the attic. Overall the energy audit took 3 hours or so. He found some issues with the insulation as well as confirmed a hot exterior wall with an IR camera. Next, David presented the results and suggested some fixes to address the things they found. David is pretty upfront and honest about what to expect and will let you know what's the best bang for the buck. He and his crew spent about 3 days completing all the work. My house had a lot of soffits that were not properly insulated. David and his crew either sealed them off or insulated the actual cavity. They also rerouted the flex lines which instantly improved the cooling and heating to the problem areas of the house. They also added more insulation in the attic. If you know anything about blown-in insulation, you know that it is extremely dusty and dirty. Just be prepared to have some dust especially wherever your attic entrance is at. Despite the mess, the quality of the work was very good. SRP sent out an independent auditor after all the work was completed and that person was impressed with the quality and said that these guys must have taken a lot of time. He went on to mention most companies just blow insulation on top but David and his crew lifted up each fiberglass batt and blew insulation underneath, then laid the batts back down, and then blew more on top. This is one of the major reasons why it took so long. In terms of real energy savings, I compared my December gas bill to last year's and my usage went down 33% even though this December was colder. I can also tell that my house seems to hold its temperature better. I didn't price shop any of the recommendations but if you want a high quality job without any high sales pressure, then consider Green ID.
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