Energy auditing is an important first step when you want to take control of your power usage at your home or building, we’ll examine every element that uses electricity. We’ll tally the number of watts used by every appliance, fan, or light fixture and multiple this by the hours of usage. The result will serve as your baseline, and then we’ll recommend approaches to cutting power demand. With energy auditing, you’ll gain insights that will lead to long-term savings. To arrange for us to evaluate your home or building, contact us today.

You understand that your car is made up of interacting components – when one component fails, it affects the performance of the whole vehicle. Do you know that the same goes for your house?
A home energy audit is often the first step in making your home more efficient. An audit can help you assess how much energy your home uses and evaluate what measures you can take to improve efficiency. But remember, audits alone don’t save energy. You need to implement the recommended improvements.

The components of your house—the insulation, HVAC systems, the thermal envelope, appliances and lighting—all contribute to your comfort, health and safety and energy efficiency of the home. If one system has a problem, it impacts the other systems’ ability to function properly. Treating the obvious symptom without knowing the real culprit behind it can make the problem worse or create new problems. Rather than focusing on a single problem, Apec approach looks at how improvements throughout your home work together to give you the most cost-effective results.