With energy bills rising dramatically during the heating and cooling seasons, many find it easy to blame high energy bills and discomfort in the home on the age or quality of their equipment. This can certainly be true; however, we at Custom Mechanical take a whole-house approach to comfort and energy problems in order to identify and eliminate areas within the home that may play a factor. With this approach, we can help you to maximize your efforts and minimize your costs by targeting specific issues contributing to comfort problems and excess energy usage. Through this, we can leave your home having:
Whether your residence in the coastal communities of Delaware or Maryland is new or old, you can benefit from an evaluation of your home’s energy performance based on building science. Trained and certified experts from Custom Mechanical use high-tech equipment to measure your structure’s performance as various tests are conducted. These include:
With a comprehensive evaluation of your home, you can prioritize your energy-saving efforts based on areas that contribute most significantly to your energy usage. Information provided after your evaluation includes:
According to ENERGY STAR, the potential savings with home performance services can be up to 20 percent of your annual energy use. This will vary from consumer to consumer based on the current condition of the home and other energy-saving measures already being used. With specific information about the needs of your Maryland or Delaware home, you can make informed decisions about how to proceed. Custom Mechanical is available to assist when you call for your HPE appointment today.
Begin with a home performance audit that will pinpoint areas of deficiencies in the home. Custom Mechanical can perform the audit, complete the recommended work and help you process the paperwork for your rebates.
The “Home Performance with Energy Star” program is administered by the Energize Delaware Program. Click here for more details.
Energize Delaware Program rebates are also open to second homes.
Rebates are through the Energize Delaware program and are subject to change. Amounts and eligibility are subject to program rules, terms and conditions.