Energy Upgrades, Greensboro, NC

If you are interested in energy upgrades that can save you money, we can help you explore your options.

When you think about upgrading your home or business in Greensboro, North Carolina, you probably think about how much money upgrades can cost. What you might not think about is the money that some upgrades can save you. What do we mean? Here at Energy Works, we specialize in providing a variety of energy upgrades that can actually save you significant amounts of money in the long run. How does saving money on your electric bill every single month sound? Whether you are building a new residential or commercial building or looking to improve an existing construction, we are here to help with all your energy upgrades.

Energy Upgrades in Greensboro, North Carolina

Here are some of the energy upgrades we can provide:

  • Insulation improvements: Common problem areas include attics, crawlspaces and basements.
  • HVAC assessment and replacement: We can assess your current system and make recommendations about repairs or service to improve your energy efficiency or recommend a new system. There may even be energy rebates you can use to your advantage.
  • Whole-house air leakage testing: We perform a blower door test to find gaps and cracks. We can also seal air ducts and perform other services to reduce or even eliminate leakage.

Our skilled technicians are standing by to get started with you today. Our first step is always a comprehensive energy assessment, allowing us to pinpoint trouble areas in your home or business. Once we have inspected all the nooks and crannies of your property, we can discuss the air leaks and energy loss we discovered. We will present your options to you and work together to plan the energy upgrades meeting your needs and your budget. Give us a call today to schedule your first appointment.

At Energy Works, we offer energy upgrades in the Piedmont Triad area, including Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem, Advance, Burlington, Asheboro, Kernersville, Lexington, and Clemmons, North Carolina.