3 Benefits of a BPI-Certified Home Inspection
A BPI-certified home efficiency inspection can identify the issues that let conditioned air escape from your ductwork and the rest of your house. It makes improving your Atlanta, Georgia, home’s indoor air quality easier by giving you an opportunity to have a professional fix any leaks. It can even help you find and eliminate pests. With a BPI-certified home inspection from Trinity Air Inc. Heating and Air Conditioning, you can enjoy peace of mind, comfort, and energy savings.
Peace of Mind
BPI (the Building Performance Institute) offers Home Energy Professional (HEP) Energy Auditor certification. It teaches technicians the best ways to evaluate the energy efficiency of homes. They also learn how to use specialized diagnostic equipment and modeling software to calculate the best possible ways to save energy.
The HEP Energy Auditor certification is supported by the U.S. Department of Energy, and recertification at least every three years is required. Certified professionals must have at least 1,000 hours of experience, so you can be sure you’ll get skilled, quality service.
Finding and repairing leaks in your ductwork and the rest of your home can help you get rid of warm areas or drafts. It reduces noises and smells from outside, such as traffic sounds and car exhaust. It can also keep out pests such as cockroaches or mice. A BPI-certified energy auditor will check for hazards such as carbon monoxide, as well.
If you follow the suggestions of your energy auditor, such as duct cleaning, you could save hundreds of dollars per year on your utility bills. Advanced equipment such as blower doors and infrared cameras will allow a technician from Trinity Air Inc. Heating and Air Conditioning to pinpoint the source of any energy loss.
Trinity Air Inc. Heating and Air Conditioning uses BPI-certified technicians to make sure you and your family stay comfortable and your HVAC system works efficiently. We can check your ductwork along with the rest of your home and suggest energy-saving solutions for any issues. For outstanding service, call us anytime at (770) 691-5394.
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