Accurate Energy Audits

Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I get an energy audit?

We recommend that you get an energy audit to diagnose accurately what your energy needs are. Most times we find simple and inexpensive improvements that will start saving you money and making your house more comfortable right away.

Why do I need an Accurate Energy Audit?

Because we bring 30 years of experience in the building and efficiency field and use state-of-the-art technology to help you make the best decisions to save you money.

Does it have to be cold outside to do an audit?

No, you can conduct an audit in any season. To get the best infrared pictures, you should have a 10 degree difference between the inside and outside.

How long does an audit take?

A typical audit takes two to three hours.

How soon can I schedule an audit?

You can schedule over the phone or online. Usually the audit can be scheduled in one to two weeks. Your satisfaction is our goal, because without you we wouldn't be in business.

“They were very thorough and professional when they recently performed our energy assessment. They not only explained what they were doing during each step, but also why each process was done, and more importantly how to correct the energy deficiencies in our home. After implementing the improvements our energy bills are far less and more than compensate for the charge of the audit. We were impressed by the written report and the prioritized list of recommendations. Thanks again, and we will be sure to recommend you to our friends and neighbors.”

- Carol and Tom M., Waterford, MI

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Serving the Greater Southeastern Michigan Area, including:

Detroit, Ann Arbor, Auburn Hills, Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Dearborn, Farmington, Grosse Pointe, Livonia, Macomb, Monroe, Mount Clemens, Novi, Orchard Lake, Pontiac, Point Huron, Rochester, Rochester Hills, Royal Oak, Southfield, St. Clair, Sterling Heights, Troy, Warren, Waterford and West Bloomfield

Call us today at 248-770-7575

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