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Why Saving Energy Concerns
More Than Just Your Pocket

 

A home energy audit allows homeowners to know their consumption and energy flow. You can get the big picture of how your energy is being used. This type of information is beneficial because it determines specific areas of energy loss in your property, and it also helps to identify where the power usage may be tamed to earn savings.

 

You will notice the importance of an energy audit not only by how much you are saving, but also by an increase in your comfortability level, home’s marketability, and home value. You can feel good about having an energy audit because it helps the environment!
We all love a Green Home!

What Is The Difference
Between Doing Your Own Energy Assessment And Using An Energy Efficiency Inspector?

There are different types of energy audits and doing your own energy audit is not unheard of, you can find tools online that can help you do your own assessment. This typically involves a DIY assessment and regularly checking your utility bills for dips and peaks in energy usage. Although doing your own audit is possible it is not as thorough as a professional audit.

 

Professional energy audits involve thorough surveys that go into great detail to assess your home’s energy use. Various testing equipment and techniques are used in these types of comprehensive audits. Some of the equipment used to do these audits include blower doors to detect leaks, and other instruments like infrared cameras to determine fluctuating temperatures throughout the property.

 

The Energy Audit Process
When Done By An Energy Efficiency Inspector

When you hire a professional to do your energy audit, the assessment becomes a lot more scientific. The auditor/inspector first examines the outside of the property to determine the size of the house and its features like:

 

  • The type and size of windows

  • The type and amount of insulation

  • The type of appliances

  • The type of deck

  • Approximate depth insulation

  • Approximate R-value of insulation

  • Air and light gap

  • Type of HVAC system

 

 

Then the inspector will do an examination of each room in the property, as well as a comprehensive investigation on the past utility bills. Various professional energy auditing companies will include a thermographic scan and do a PFT air infiltration measurement technique.

 

THE BIG-TICKET ITEMS THAT THE AUDITOR WILL CHECK THOROUGHLY ARE:

  • Visible health and safety issues
  • Visible moisture issues
  • Comfort complaints
  • Heating and cooling ventilation equipment
  • Appliances and lighting fixtures
  • Windows
  • Doors
  • Insulation
  • Ducts

What’s So Good About An Energy Audit Anyway?
Top Reasons Why An Energy Audit Should
Be Considered The Norm

THE MAIN REASON TO GET AN ENERGY AUDIT IS PLAIN AND SIMPLE, IT BENEFITS YOU.

 

OTHER BENEFITS OF AN ENERGY AUDIT

  • It helps reduce costs- (this reason itself is typically the decision maker for most consumers)
  • Reduces dependence on alternative energy sources
  • It helps the environment by reducing the exploitation of resources
  • It reduces the impact of greenhouse gas emissions
  • It helps increase the lifespan of your appliances
  • It discovers any unaccounted consumption
  • Maximizes efficiency and optimizes energy supply

You Need An Energy Audit To Save Money

The Five Most Common
Energy Wasting Problems

Let’s be honest, the cost of energy increases more often than not and means that you are spending more money on energy than you really need to. If your property uses inefficient equipment or appliances, or if your home hasn’t had any energy-efficient upgrades, you are more than likely using more energy and wasting more money. When you are able to depict which areas and components are the problematic ones in your property you will be able to fix the issues quicker.

  • LITTLE TO NO INSULATION

  • BROKEN/NON-ENERGY EFFICIENT WINDOWS AND DOORS

  • CLOGGED AIR VENTS

  • ANTIQUATED FURNACE

  • OUT OF DATE COOLING SYSTEMS

 

How Do I Know Which Energy Audit Is Right For Me?

Choosing which energy audit is the right one all depends on the purpose of the audit. If you want to find out about potential savings, a Walk-Through audit should suffice. If your plan is to invest a sizeable amount of money in energy efficiency changes and measures, you need an Investment Grade audit. However, there are four specific levels of analysis for energy audits:

 

Level 0 – Energy Benchmarking: This type of audit examines the historic utility information of the property and compares it to similar structures. It will uncover inefficiencies and can determine whether or not a more in-depth audit is needed.

 

Level 1 – Walk-through Audit: This type of audit includes a brief assessment that will identify potential low-cost energy upgrades and uncover specific areas needing additional attention in order to conserve energy.

 

Level 2 – General Audit: This type of audit gives a more detailed evaluation of the property and potential energy-savings using detailed data gathering, comprehensive interviews, and analysis of energy archives created through interval metering.

 

Level 3 – Investment Grade Audit: This type of audit analyzes more costly energy-efficient optimizations, with a concentration on finances and return on investment.

 

 

 

Commercial Backflow
Testing & Repair

 
GreenWorks offers complete commercial backflow testing and repair. Every year, commercial backflow inspectors at GreenWorks will inspect the valves that separate and keep contamination at bay. City codes require that backflow devices be certified annually which keeps your water supply in compliance. The water supply to your office or business may be subject to interruption and your commercial property may be levied a fine if the backflow testing isn’t completed on time.

THESE ARE SOME EXAMPLES OF THE COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES WITH BACKFLOW PREVENTION WE SERVICE

(THIS LIST IS NOT EXHAUSTIVE):

  • Apartment Complexes
  • Condominiums
  • Supermarkets
  • Shopping Malls
  • Strip Malls
  • Restaurants
  • Car Wash Facilities
  • Breweries/Distilleries
  • Dentist Offices
  • Hospitals
  • Clinics
  • Veterinary Clinics
  • Laboratories
  • Medical Offices
  • Morgues
  • Coffee Shops
  • Bars
  • Convenience Stores
  • Automotive Repair Shops
  • Warehouses
  • Property Management Firms
  • Homeowner Associations
  • Hotels and Motels
  • Dry Cleaners and Laundries
  • Salons
 

We have emergency, same day inspections.

GreenWorks is open seven (7) days a week for your commercial backflow testing and repair

You can book your backflow appointment today by
calling us at 469-277-2800 from 8:00am-8:00pm Sunday-Saturday.

SERVICING THE LONE STAR STATE

We provide Professional Backflow Testing, Repair and Replacement for all Businesses and Residences

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COMMERCIAL
RESIDENTIAL
 

GreenWorks Inspections is a Premier Backflow Testing and Repair Company serving the DFW Community. We offer Backflow Testing, Repair and Replacement to Residential and Commercial properties. We are specialized Backflow experts, trained and experienced to serve the needs of our clients looking for flexible scheduling and reliable testing from top leading professionals.

Backflow testing, usually conducted yearly, involves a test port that is built into your device. Our professional Backflow specialist will then attach a test kit to this port in order to determine if the device is working properly.

We come prepared with one of the best services in town, offering extraordinary value, and dedicated customer service for every client we serve.
Give us a call or write us at our website for more details and scheduling options. We look forward to seeing you soon!

 

Residential Backflow
Testing & Repair

 
New construction homes require backflow prevention testing. Our competitive pricing and friendly staff are ready to satisfy your individual residential needs. GreenWorks is fully licensed and certified to test and repair backflow prevention assemblies throughout Dallas, Fort Worth and the surrounding metroplex. Our costs include testing and city filing fees (if applicable). We submit all paperwork to the proper municipalities as required by law. Don’t wait, the water utility services to your home can and will be shut off if the proper inspections are not done and submitted by the proper due date. We do backflow inspections on any size home. You only pay per valve that needs to be inspected. If for any reason you do not pass the inspection, we are qualified to make the repairs to get your backflow corrected. No need to fear your home’s water being shut off for days or weeks waiting to get another company out to make the repairs. We have emergency, same day inspections.

EXPERIENCE GREENWORKS:

  • Prices starting at $80 per backflow valve + city fees.
  • All major credit cards accepted.
  • Receive a confirmation email after booking.
  • We text you 30 minutes prior to the technician’s arrival.
  • We 100% Guarantee Our Work!!

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NO MATTER WHAT SERVICE YOU NEED

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