Long Energy Solutions
Improve Your Home, Your Environment and Your Savings with Long Energy Solutions.
You only have to look as far as the newsstand to know that we’re in an energy crisis. According to the DOE, consumers spend $241 billion dollars each year on energy for home use. The typical U.S. family spends about $1,900 a year on home utility bills and unfortunately a large part of that energy is wasted. About 1 in 5 of the nation’s energy dollars is spent on our homes. Energy efficient improvements could cut this number by well over half – improving your comfort, reducing your carbon footprint and saving you money!
At Long Energy Solutions our mission is simple: We are committed to finding cost saving energy solutions for each individual home so that the cost for our customers to stay comfortable year-round is minimized. Long Energy Solutions is a division of Long Fence and Home LLLP.
Why Have a Home Energy Assessment?
Energy Star, the federal government’s energy-saving authority, recommends home energy assessments because they are the first step in making a home more efficient, comfortable and healthy. If your home is too hot in the summer, too cold in the winter, drafty or damp, and if you suffer from allergies or just from high energy bills, you should have an energy audit performed on your home.
What is a Carbon Footprint?
A carbon footprint is a measure of the impact our activities have on the environment and in particular climate change. Right in your own home, you have the power to reduce energy demand, and when you reduce demand, you cut the amount of resources, like coal and gas, needed to make energy—that means you create less greenhouse gas emissions, which keeps air cleaner for all of us…and saves on your utility bills! Plus, reducing energy use increases our energy security.
Which Energy Assessment is the Best for Your Home?
Whether you are looking to have an energy assessment performed on your existing home or one you are considering buying – we have an assessment that will fit your needs and your budget. We offer three types of home energy assessments: Visual, Diagnostic and Numerical.
Easy Energy Saving Tips You Need to Do Now
There are several simple and relatively inexpensive things you can do today to significantly reduce your home energy usage and save you money – from replacing light bulbs and furnace filters to installing a programmable thermostat.