Learn More About Energy Audits at Nov. 28 Seminar in Farmington Hills
Learn how a home energy audit can help you decide which home improvements will save the most energy and money.
The Farmington Hills Commission for Energy and Environmental Sustainability, in partnership with Ecotelligent Homes, DTE Energy, and the City of Farmington, will host a free Home Energy Audit Seminar on Wednesday, Nov. 28 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Longacre House located at 24705 Farmington Road.
A home energy audit is a great tool to assess your home’s energy efficiency and figure out which improvements will save you the most energy and money. Participants will also learn about money that is available through utility rebate programs from Consumers Energy and DTE.
Home energy audits can:
Pinpoint where your house is losing energy
Determine the efficiency of your heating and cooling systems
Show you ways to use less energy
Identify which improvements will save you the most money
Tests can determine the source of drafts and leaks, check the efficiency of your heating equipment, ensure good indoor air quality levels, and detect flaws in your wall and attic insulation. The results of a home energy audit will help you save money and improve the comfort, health, and safety of your home.
Light refreshments will be served at the event. To register for the free Home Energy Audit Seminar or for more green tips, visit www.sustainablefh.com.
Source: City of Farmington Hills press release