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CSLB #1033635                                                                                     Simi Valley, California, 93065


We service, maintain, and install Heating and Air Conditioning in Simi Valley, Moorpark, Thousand Oaks,Westlake Village, Newbury Park, Camarillo, Oxnard, Ventura and eastern Los Angeles County.

HOME ENERGY INSPECTIONS COULD INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:


  • VISUAL INSPECTION​
  • DUCT BLASTER TESTING
  • BLOWER DOOR TESTING
  • COMBUSTION SAFETY TESTING
  • FLOW HOOD TESTING
  • HVAC INSPECTION
  • LOAD CALCULATION
  • INSULATION INSPECTION
  • DOMESTIC HOT WATER INSPECTION
  • HERS TESTING



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How Much Does a Home Energy Inspection Cost?

Whether you are interested in saving money on your electricity bills each month or you simply want to do your part to help create a greener planet, having a professional home energy inspection (energy audit/energy assessment) done can be a smart move for any homeowner. This inspection involves having an expert test everything from the heating and cooling systems in place to checking on insulation, appliances and air leakage. Tests can be quick and involve standard practices, or they can be more in-depth.

HERS TESTING

VISUAL INSPECTION

DUCT BLASTER TEST

Average Cost of a Home Energy Inspection


As mentioned briefly above, a home energy inspection can vary depending on how extensive you want the process to be. Generally, the process takes between one and four hours to complete, and you will get results within the week of the audit. While it is impossible to pin down an exact number, the typical cost of a home energy audit runs between $89 and $400, with the higher end being reserved for particularly large homes as well as older homes that are more likely to need additional attention due to energy inefficiency.



Costs of Implementing Energy-Efficient Changes


For most homeowners, the objective of a home energy inspection is to find out how upgrades or changes can improve energy efficiency and save money down the road. However, these upgrades and implementations that can save energy will also cost money upfront. These renovations can range from upgrading your insulation to completely replacing the home's HVAC system, and the prices can vary substantially.


Our associates can help navigate you through the process from start to finish for any house, on any budget.