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Frequently Asked Questions
How much does an audit cost?
Audits cost $400 for a house under 3,000 sf. But BGE pays $300 toward the audit as part of the Smart Energy Savers program. So the home owner only pays $100, unless his home is over 3,000 sf. In that case he pays an additional $100 for every 700 sf extra.
How long does it take to get back the audit report once the audit is done?
It takes between 2-3 weeks for the audit to be accepted by the program. Once the audit is completed, the technician has to go back and enter all of the info into the online form. The system checks the data for any conflicts, and then compiles actionable items for energy savings and corresponding rebates for every action item.
Who does the energy saving repairs?
BGE has a list of contractors on their website that are authorized for these weatherization repairs. However, if you like us, and the job we did while the audit was being conducted, you can always ask us for a free estimate for the work needed, which we will be happy to provide!
How long does an audit take?
Energy audits are comprehensive, and take between 2-4 hours depending on the size of the house. There will be a blower door test to pressurize the house and find area’s that are leaking, as well as checking the insulation in the basement and attic, and the age of all of the appliances/hvac system.
How much are the energy rebates?
If you decide to move forward on some of the energy saving items, then you can expect that you will receive the corresponding rebate. However, after the fixes are done, the technicians must come back out and re-test to make sure that the energy savings are done well enough to actually produce an energy savings for the home owner. The rebate will only be generated if the test out hits the required metrics for cost savings.
Do your technicians have any special training?
Maryland Energy Pros Has all the appropriate workmans comp, liability insurance, and mhic license any general contractor should have. In addition to this we also have EPA certified Lead Renovation certifications, and the Building Analyst, as well as Envelope certification from BPI.