Include energy efficiency as part of your NJ home inspection. From drafty window seals to a lack of insulation, uncovering inefficiency within a home can help lead to money saving improvements down the road. Whether you are getting your NJ home inspected as part of the buying process or you would like to know how healthy your home is, make sure you include energy efficiency as part of the process.
Energy efficiency exists in many of a home’s components, from its HVAC system to its plumbing. In addition, when you are having a NJ home inspector examine your home he should focus on every part of your home where air can leak in and out. The roof, doors, windows, and joints in your home should be inspected to uncover where leaks exist. An effect home is far more cost effective to run and can greatly reduce your carbon footprint at the same time.
Contact Sherlock Home Inspectors today for more information on NJ home inspections. Our goal is to give your home a thorough inspection so that you know exactly what condition your home is in. Let our knowledge and experience work to your advantage for all of your home inspection needs.
Click here to read “Energy-saving features your new home should have” from Consumer Reports.
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