Money Saving Advice with Free Energy Surveys
Jim Dorsey and Son, Inc. offers free energy surveys before installation of new systems or repairs of existing systems so that our customers can make wise informed decisions about which size and style system best meets their needs. Electric bills have risen significantly in the past few years due advancements in technology and the exploding use of additional high – tech gadgets. Energy saving can save a significant sum of money every month as utility bills are lowered. In addition, various alternative energy devices can save electricity at your home and business place.
One of the aims of our company is to inform people about different energy saving techniques. Keeping that in mind, one of our trained energy surveyors will visit you free of charge and help you discover how much energy you are using and how you are using that energy. Once your property is assessed, you will be given advice on how you can save money on your utility bills. We will provide you an estimate of how much money you could save by adopting the energy saving methods suggested by us.
There are many simple tricks to saving energy and our energy specialists pride themselves in being able to spot your biggest energy hogs. Our energy surveyors are brilliantly trained and will let you know about any appliances you have where energy could be saved. Other things may be as simple as adding new drapes to help insulate drafty windows, weather stripping installed on entry way doors, or getting a timer for the water heater. Regular maintenance of your heating and air system will determine how efficient it is working. A service call may be paid for in the money you save on utility bills.
Once the survey gets completed, our surveyors will suggest various ways to save energy such as advice on green energy production, draft proofing, new insulation in attics and walls, and in a few cases the owner will qualify to get a small grant towards the energy measures that are considered necessary.
All you will need to do is figure out where you are going to spend all the money you are saving.