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The first step in assessing the amount of energy your home or business is consuming is to administer a home energy assessment, or home energy audit. Our assessments are made in order to accurately measure the capacity of your current heating and cooling system compared to what it actually takes to cool or heat your home or business efficiently. In this manner, we can fully assess what it will take to make your business or home energy-efficient. When you put your residential or commercial property in the hands of our licensed, professional heating and cooling technicians we can discover your major problems which, when corrected, will mean significant savings for you every month! Whether it’s for your home or office, CADCO Heating and Cooling, Inc. can help you go green in Ashland, KY, Huntington, WV, or anywhere in the Greater Tri-State Area with your A/C or heating unit and guarantees comfort indeed. Our two decades of experience in the heating and cooling industry has made it obvious that going green can save our clients a lot every month on utility bills.
As our customers and clients are our top priority, we gladly promote the use of greener heating and cooling options. Using geothermal heating and air conditioning is one of the best ways to boost your monthly savings while also using a renewable energy source. Going green is better for the environment and can grant you savings year-round. Correcting your home or business’s air circulation and preventing cool air from escaping during the summer or losing warm air in the winter means your air conditioning and heating system last longer. When an A/C or heater doesn’t have to work harder to make up for the loss of air escaping through weak points, it extends its lifespan and makes it more effective for more years.
Energy assessments by our professional A/C and heating technicians can pinpoint where your house is losing the most energy. Our energy assessment may also bring to light how you can conserve electricity as well as hot water. As a homeowner or business owner, you can perform a simple energy assessment yourself or you can call an experienced energy auditor who has the training to carefully and correctly carry out a more thorough assessment.
Your professional auditor employs a series of varied techniques meant to determine the energy efficiency of your house or building. These, combined with our select equipment such as blower doors which measure the extent of leaks in the building envelope, and infrared cameras which reveal hard-to-detect areas of air infiltration and missing insulation, provide an excellent summary of your energy efficiency – or the lack thereof.