- Home Performance Audit
- Insulation For Existing Homes
- Indoor Air Quality
- Air Sealing
- New Construction & Remodeling
Since 1989, we've been advising homeowners about improving the performance of their homes and making their southeast Wisconsin residences more comfortable and efficient. We get a lot of questions, and we've provided some of the more common ones (with answers!) below:
When Can You Come to My House to Perform an Audit?
Generally, we can schedule home performance audits within a week. Some times are busier than others, but we'll always try our hardest to make your appointment as soon as possible! If you have an urgent need, we have the manpower to meet your needs.
How Long Does a Home Performance Audit Take?
Our assessments take approximately 90 minutes to complete. We encourage homeowners to come along for the inspection— you'll be surprised about how much you'll learn about your home! Because there are always questions, we make sure we allow for plenty of explanations at each appointment.
Do I Need to Be Present for My Home Performance Audit?
Each home performance audit includes a written report of the findings and recommendations of the assessment, including thermal imaging, blower door tests, and roof to foundation inspection. Our team knows how much homeowners can gain from seeing the inspection and findings while we're in your home. We require that at least one resident be present during the audit, but highly encourage more are home, if possible.
What Do I Need to Prepare for a Home Performance Audit?
There's very little you'll need to do in advance of our technician's arrival. We are child- and pet-friendly, and other than making sure we can have access to all areas of the home, just relax!
What Time of Year is Best for a Home Performance Audit?
Really, there's no limit as to the season, weather or the temperature. We can conduct our analyses any time of year.
Who Will Conduct the Audit?
Our home performance team is experienced in all aspects of the home performance audit, with Owens Corning Energy Efficiency and Building Performance Institute (BPI) certifications.