Homeowners Win Big With Energy Assessment Tool & Giveaway!

Tired of utility bills that take your breath away? Think a home energy audit is too expensive?

WellHome, a national energy audit company, recently launched a new online tool that will help evaluate your home’s current level of efficiency.

The short, self-assessment asks questions about the your home’s location, and the size and age of many of your homes appliances and fixtures. Then it generates an estimate of the amount of money you could save if you were to upgrade your home with more efficient technology and materials.

When I took the estimate, I found out that a home energy audit could help me save more than $1,000 in wasted energy! (I rent a rather old and inefficient condo, so my energy savings plan is limited to turning things off, washing in cold water, and making sure my small appliances are as efficient as possible).

The best part about this tool is that when you’re done with the self-assessment, you’ll automatically be entered to win a home energy system upgrade worth up to $2,500!


WellHome performs energy audits to help you understand the systems in your home, how these systems function on their own, and how they contribute to your whole house comfort and energy efficiency.

To find out how many different ways your home could be leaking energy, watch this video to see what it’s like when WellHome performs an energy audit.

Also Check Out:
Open Your Utility Bill With A Smile
Refrigerators: Cooling Down Your Electric Bill
Are You Overpaying For Electricity?

Image Credit: Flickr – sarah_elizabeth_simpson


Gandalf T.
Darko M6 years ago

watching commertials when we don't want is also vasting of energy

Prochi T.
Prochi T6 years ago


Akila K.
Akila K6 years ago

thanks for share

Ioana Boca
Ioana B6 years ago

interesting,tk you

Jennifer C.
Past Member 7 years ago

Interesting quiz. Thanks for sharing.

Tim Cheung
Tim C7 years ago


Bonnie R.
Bonnie R.7 years ago

Using infrared heaters will promote energy efficiency - http://www.theheatstorm.com/2010/12/16/using-infrared-heaters-will-promote-energy-efficiency/

Sarah Zemke
Sarah Z7 years ago

Thank you

mrs v.
valerie murphy7 years ago