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380 Pine Hill Place , Norcross- 30093
Georgia , United States  United States
(+1) 770 896-5752 http://www.homeenergy.us
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Today (Saturday) : Closed

Home Energy, Inc - Norcross

Founded in 2003, Home Energy Inc. has continued to invest in its folks, processes and development in order to continue being Atlanta's and Charlotte's market leader in energy efficiency. The success of Home Energy Inc. is right down to a customer-focused service delivered by a qualified and devoted team capable of adapting to customer needs. The firm is driven by its values of pride, passion and quality. Thank you for exploring our webpage. To review customer referrals click Media & Referrals.  Sign up for your free Energy audit today!

Business Operation Hours
Monday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Other HVAC Services : Insulation, Insulation Removal,

Service Type : No,All customers come to the business location

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Certified by Entrepreneur, KUDZU, Angies List 2012

HVAC Services

Heat loss through the ceiling and walls in your home could be very large if the insulation levels are less than the recommended minimum.  We check to see if the level of the attic and wall insulation of your home is at least at the minimum recommended amount. When your house was built, the insulation recommended at that time was installed. Given todays energy prices, and that future prices probably will be higher, the level might be inadequate, especially if you have an older home.  In 1997, the U.S. Department of Energy updated its recommended insulation R-38. If your basement is unheated, we determine whether there is insulation under the living area flooring. In most areas of the country, R-19 is they recommended minimum level of insulation.
Locating Air Leaks
The potential energy savings draft reduction may range from 5% to 30% per year, and the home is generally much more comfortable afterwards.  Check for indoor air leaks such as gaps along the baseboard or edge of the flooring, and at junctures of the walls and ceiling.    Check to see if air can flow through electrical outlets, switch plates, window frames, baseboards, weather-stripping around doors, fireplace dampers, attic hatches, and wall- or window-mounted air conditioners. Look for gaps around pipes and wires, electrical outlets, foundation seals, and mail slots.
Check to see if the caulking and weatherstripping are applied properly (no gaps or cracks), and are in good condition.We inspect windows and doors for air leaks. You may also wish to consider replacing your old windows and doors with newer, high-performance ones. On the outside of your house, we inspect all areas where two different building materials meet. For example: inspect all exterior corners; where siding and chimneys meet; and areas where the foundation and the bottom of exterior brick or siding meet.


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