Products & Services
Here at Potential Energy, we do not just sell economically efficient products, we offer our clients sustainable solutions that save money as well as the planet. Listed below are the current “green” products and services we provide.
Home Energy Check-Up
- Insulation effectiveness
- Heating, ventilation and air-conditioning performance
- Air-duct leakage and restrictions
- Construction integrity issues
- Ceiling and other “hot spot” areas
After completing an in-depth inspection, our BPI certified technician will provide upgrade recommendations and breakdown potential savings. If home improvements are needed, we can perform the work and ensure you receive all available rebates and financing offers to offset costs.
Hybrid PV Solar Water Heaters
If you’ve been searching for a way to live a greener lifestyle, installing a solar water heating system in your home is an excellent way to start.
Consider the facts: Water heating accounts for 14% to 25% of the total energy consumed in a household.
Weatherization & Air Sealing Insulation Installation
Weatherization will decrease your energy costs and at the same time reduce your energy consumption. Weatherization consists of insulating your home, sealing leaks to reduce drafts, containing conditioned air to prevent heat loss through your home’s structure. A great analogy is, a paper cup with a lid on it will hold heat longer than a thermos with its lid off. Our goal is to reduce condition air loss while insulating living space within your home.
High Efficiency Boilers, Furnaces & Ductless Mini Splits
If your heating-ventilation-air-conditioning (HVAC) equipment is more than 10 years old or not keeping your house comfortable, having it evaluated by a professional home energy auditor may be just what you need. If it is not performing efficiently or needs upgrading, consider replacing it with a unit that has been given the rating of ENERGY STAR®. Replacing your old heating and cooling equipment with ENERGY STAR® qualified equipment can cut your annual energy bill by nearly $300. But before you invest in a new HVAC system, make sure that you have addressed the big air leaks in your house and or duct system. Sometimes, these are the real sources of problems rather than your HVAC equipment.