Home Energy Assessments, Greensboro, NC

Our home energy assessments can help you create a plan to lower your electric bill in Greensboro.

With the cost of energy steadily rising, and concerns over carbon footprints, clean energy and climate change, there is no better time than now to think about the energy efficiency of your home or business in Greensboro, North Carolina. Here at Energy Works, we want to help you save money on energy costs and lower your electric bill. One of the best ways we can do that is through our home energy assessments.

Home Energy Assessments in Greensboro, North Carolina

Here is what you can expect when you call us about home energy assessments:

  • Assess your property: Our first step will be a complete and thorough energy assessment. We will inspect your entire property for air leaks and energy loss. Common problem areas include attics, the space around chimneys and recessed lighting.
  • Discuss our findings: Once the assessment is complete, we will present our findings to you. With our experience and expertise, we have many options available to consider that will cut down on your energy usage and reduce your energy bills.
  • Make recommendations: We will recommend the solutions that we feel are your best options. These might include adding insulation, sealing gaps in problem areas, repairing HVAC issues and/or sealing air ducts.
  • You will decide how to proceed: Once we have shared our findings, it is up to you to decide how to move forward. We will never put pressure on you to make a hasty decision.

Throughout our home energy assessments, you can expect our technicians to perform all their duties with utmost professionalism. We are dedicated to customer satisfaction and providing real results to our customers. Call today to learn more about home energy assessments or to set up yours!


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