Carbon Reduction Services will raffle a FREE Whole House Performance Audit – a $499 value!
The Whole House Performance test covers a house of up to 2500 sq/feet with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, a single HVAC unit, a single Water Heater, a gas stove and a fireplace. It's a very thorough analysis of a home and its performance as a system. They produce a full report that outlines everything inspected and identifies specific areas of concern in order of importance. The primary objectives of a Whole House Performance test are Energy Efficiency, Health & Safety, Indoor Air Quality and the bonus is of course that one saves on Energy Expenses.
Visit CRS at the Expo to learn how you can have an energy audit and retrofitting to identify all the possible savings in your home. Learn how to operate your home in the most efficient way to save electricity and money while you reduce your Carbon Footprint.
This disconnected return air duct was found in a very upscale home in Pacific Palisades and underscores the importance of Health & Safety and Indoor Air Quality that can be improved with the blower door test (also pictured) and is just one part of the Whole House Performance Test. Could something like this be hiding in your home?
They will have a number of items that will help us to see how we are losing money and electricity. These will include an HVAC duct, a kill-a-watt device, a blower door and a smart meter.