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Your Energy Audit

I have been performing energy audits independently and through the Cook County Local Energy Project since 2016. As a Building Performance Institute (BPI) certified Building Analyst – Technician (BPI-5056017), I follow the BPI Standards of Practice. I am also trained and certified through the Snell Group as a Level 1 Infrared Thermographer. Your Energy Audit will include energy modeling, blower door test, infrared imaging, home energy use analysis, combustion appliance testing, home safety inspection, recommended improvements, priorities, and preliminary cost estimates. I provide you with resources for tax credits, rebates, and follow up assistance. Tax credits and rebates can be stacked from many sources, resulting in very significant savings. This is a time limited opportunity to receive substantial assistance to increase the energy efficiency of your home and reduce your energy bills.

The Building Performance Institute and their Standards of Practice, which I follow, meet the criteria referenced in DOE Section 25-C and IRS Notice 2023-59 for application for tax credits and rebates through the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), state assistance, and utility credits. The reporting software I use is capable of generating utility bill calibration that is BPI-2400 compliant. You will be able to utilize my report for the Home Owner Management Energy Savings (HOMES) rebate program within the IRA. For one, your energy audit has a $150 rebate available to you through the IRA.

Energy audit cost is $650 plus mileage. Contact me for more information.

Sample Energy Audit Report

Energy Audit Report

Inflation Reduction Act

What is it & what does it mean?

The newly passed legislation makes a momentous down payment on deficit reduction to fight inflation. It will also decrease consumer energy costs, increase American energy security, and reduce carbon emissions by roughly 40 percent by 2030. With President Joe Biden signing the Inflation Reduction Act into law, this is the largest investment in clean energy and climate change solutions in US history (369 billion dollars to be exact)! 


Now, what does this mean for the average American? A whole lot! Peruse highlights you need to know in regard to climate change and clean energy that are covered in the bill. Explore the documents below to uncover the new incentives to take advantage of!


  • Lowers consumer energy costs:

    • energy bills: cuts energy bills by $500 to $1,000 per year

  • Creates manufacturing jobs: more than a $60 billion investment will create millions of new domestic clean manufacturing jobs

  • Invests in disadvantaged communities: cleaning up pollution and taking steps to reduce environmental injustice with $60 billion for environmental justice

  • Protects families and small businesses making $400,000 or less

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How much money can you get with the Inflation Reduction Act?

Besides the Inflation Reduction Act, assistance is available from numerous other resources. These credits and rebates can be stacked, resulting in very significant savings. I will work with you to access resources for these additional Savings.

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