Energy Efficiency, Piedmont Triad, NC

Our proven solutions can help you significantly improve the energy efficiency of your home in the Piedmont Triad area.

Every day, people use energy for cooking, transportation, lighting, entertainment, heating and cooling, and many, many other uses. The choices people make about how they use energy, such as investing in energy-efficient appliances and turning off machines when not in use, can make a big difference when it comes to how much energy their home uses. However, if your home lacks enough insulation, leaks air in the basement or crawlspace, or has other issues, taking other measures to improve energy efficiency may only have negligible results.

Power bills too high? We can help!

If you’re serious about changing the way your home consumes energy for the better and enhancing your in-home comfort in every season, you need to turn to us at Energy Works. As a small, local business committed to suggesting proven solutions for reducing energy consumption and improving comfort, we want to help you identify areas for improvement in your home.

Energy Efficiency in Greensboro, North Carolina

As part of this process, our certified professionals can come in and, using sophisticated technology, identify areas where your home is leaking air. From there, we’ll work directly with you to prioritize energy-efficiency improvements, so you reduce what you pay for energy every month and enjoy higher comfort levels in your Greensboro, North Carolina home. We can also employ our solutions during the building process by acting as a third-party energy code inspector to maximize occupant comfort and system efficiency.

Here at Energy Works, our proven results and commitment to your satisfaction are what set our company apart. Contact us today to schedule your home’s energy efficiency assessment with a member of our team!




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