Energy-inefficient homes ratchet up utility bills and cause fatigue in the member of the family whose turn it is to blow warm air on everyone. Find more efficient systems with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $79 for a home-performance energy analysis (a $260 value)
- $149 for a home-performance energy analysis (a $260 value) and a $500 credit for energy-saving upgrades (a $760 total value). Upgrades include carbon-monoxide monitors ($65), insulation ($1,200–$2,500), and duct sealing ($1,400–$2,700).<p>
Both options secure the Groupon holder a $150 Energy Star rebate, filed for you after the test. Analysts will also file rebates for those who opt to invest in additional upgrades.<p>
Certified building analysts scour the home to survey energy usage and discover potential areas for improved efficiency. The thorough analysis includes tests such as an infrared air-leakage test and appliance analysis, yielding a 25-page report on energy loss and its effect on your bills. The analysts go over recommendations for improvement and figure out how long it would take new systems to pay off.<p>
Revival Energy Group
Revival Energy Group’s team employs sophisticated technology to detect cracks and imperfections that hinder a home’s air quality and energy efficiency. Technicians offer a host of home-analysis services, presenting energy models that accurately track energy usage and comfort assessments that inspect the home’s heating and cooling apparatuses. Experts employ infrared technology to register exact temperatures in different areas of the home while isolating invisible drafts and the snoring ghosts that create them. Through its partnership with Energy Trust of Oregon and Clark PUD, Revival Energy Group can also assist homeowners with the process of securing cash incentives, rebates, and state energy credits to help with the cost of improvements.
As articulated in an article in the Columbian, Revival Energy Group’s owner, Robert Brierley, holds certifications as an energy auditor and a building analyst. The Australian émigré studied engineering and also boasts a certification from the EPA.