Lower My Power Bill, Piedmont Triad, NC

We have helped hundreds of families that needed to lower their power bill.

While most people call an HVAC professional because their system isn’t working or functioning properly, here at Energy Works, sometimes we get calls from people who simply state, “I want to lower my power bill!” We understand the frustration of having high utility bills and feeling you just have to live with it. The reality is that it isn’t always the power company’s rates that are to blame. If your Piedmont Triad, North Carolina home isn’t energy efficient because of an outdated HVAC system, leaking ductwork, or insufficient home insulation, you could be paying out hundreds of dollars each year that could be avoided.

Lower My Power Bill in Piedmont Triad, North Carolina

If you keep telling yourself, “I wish I knew how to lower my power bill!”, you’ve come to the right place. We utilize sophisticated technology, including thermal imaging cameras and digital manometers, to perform an energy assessment on your home. We’ll diagnose any energy loss issues and provide you with a detailed report of our findings. We will work with you to come up with a plan to lower utility costs, extend the life of your HVAC system, and provide more comfort for you and your family.

Your source for energy efficiency and home insulation!

You could keep spending more than you have to on utility bills, which is money that is gone forever, or you could put an investment into your home that will be recovered over time in lower costs. This type of investment will then put money back in your pocket for years to come and raise the value of your home in the process. If you are ready to say, “I DID lower my power bill!” give us a call to schedule a time for an energy audit on your home, and together we’ll create a plan that can make a difference.

At Energy Works, we can help those who are trying to lower their power bill in the Piedmont Triad area, including Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem, Advance, Burlington, Asheboro, Kernersville, Lexington, and Clemmons, North Carolina.