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Home Energy Audit

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After performing a thorough inspection and diagnostic analysis of your home, All American Home Performance provides you with a comprehensive report on the state of your home's current energy efficiency, plus potential savings and rebates you can take advantage of by completing the recommended improvements to your home.


What Are My Next Steps?

Once an agreement has been reached between AAHP and the homeowner regarding scope of work proposal, MMW will facilitate providing the necessary professionals and equipment to properly install the agreed upon measures. After AAHP and the homeowner have deemed the agreed upon scope of work complete, a test-out audit will be performed to ensure the proper energy saving measures are in place as expected. At that time, the test out reading will be sent to a BGE representative who will review the rebate application. Upon approval of the rebate application, AAHP will discount the estimated rebate from the total cost of the job for the homeowner. Then, AAHP will bear the burden of time and wait the expected 6-8 weeks (Instead of the homeowner) to collect the rebate from BGE.



($400 value)

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What Is Included in the Energy Audit?

All American Home Performance will perform the following tests and inspections to gauge the current energy efficiency of the home.

  • Mechanical Ventilation Testing

  • Blower Door Testing

  • CAZ Worst Case Depressurization Test

  • Combustion and Efficiency and Safety Test

  • Zone Pressure Diagnostic Test

  • Attic Insulation/Ventilation

  • Appliance Upgrades or Repairs

  • Plumbing/Heating/Cooling Upgrades or Repairs

  • Foundation Repairs or Enhancements

  • Exterior Wall Insulation

  • Lighting/Electrical Enhancements

  • Moisture/Humidity Solutions

  • Exhaust Fans Operability

  • Penetrations/Leak Identification

  • Fenestration (Windows)

  • Duct Leakage Test

  • Grading

  • Water Control Solutions

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Due to the “stack effect” and the innate climate of our region, air temperatures and humidity levels change throughout the year, and thus the condition of the attic is one of the most essential areas of the home when it comes to energy efficiency. A poorly insulated and poorly sealed attic can lead to heat loss in the winter, and conditioned air loss in the summer, drastically affecting your energy bill. During the energy audit process, our energy consultant will examine the condition of the attic, and identify any issues concerning insulation, air sealing, leaks, or improper penetrations.

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During the home energy audit, diagnostic equipment is used to obtain an in-depth understanding of how the air in the house normally operates between the walls and between conditioned and unconditioned spaces. This data allows the energy audit consultant to pinpoint areas for improvement by locating the main areas of energy loss. This is the most important and most telling assessment the energy audit consultant will perform to confirm house sealing measures are needed and have been taken after repairs and alterations have been completed during the test out portion of the audit.

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The auditor will then examine the interior portion of the home, assessing all appliances, lighting, window and door effectiveness, ventilation, bath fan exhausts, unused or overloaded electrical devices, and other concerns noted by the homeowner during the initial interview. The auditor may recommend simple direct install measures like LED light bulbs or programmable thermostats to immediately impact their energy consumption, or more impactful changes like appliance or ventilation upgrades. While exploring the home, the energy audit consultant will also be performing an overall humidity and moisture assessment, with the capability of recommending proper dehumidification measures to promote healthy indoor air quality and structural integrity.

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Basement & Crawlspace Review

Another portion of the audit will pertain to the basement and/or crawlspace review. The energy audit consultant will provide a full inspection of the foundation area, looking for signs of water intrusion, mold concerns, leaky penetrations, and potential structural issues. This is usually the most neglected part of the home as homeowners tend to shy away from the crawlspace or basement needs due to inconvenience and or unconditioned nature in some cases. This part of the home is where most of the outdoor air infiltrates the home and thus is one of the most crucial areas of the home to seal and maintain for the longevity of the home’s ability to function properly and save on energy costs.

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