Home Energy Experts offers energy efficient home improvement solutions with the primary focus on reducing your energy costs.

We provide a personalized priority and upgrade plan to reduce your energy costs, permanently. With over 40-years of experience in the heating, cooling, and plumbing industry, we have the training and tools to implement energy-saving upgrades with the least upfront investment from you. Learn how much comfort you could be gaining, and how much money you could be saving by scheduling your home energy inspection today!

Home Energy Inspection

We start our energy efficient home improvements by first pinpointing the easiest ways for you to save on your heating and cooling costs. Our home energy inspection is an all-inclusive test of all the factors that affect your energy use. We test your current HVAC system checking for any inefficiencies, and determine if there any issues with how your treated air is being delivered throughout your home. Using thermal imaging systems we can determine areas of your home that are light on insulation or letting the outside air in.

With our test, we can pinpoint easy fixes that will drastically lower your monthly heating and cooling bills.

Home Sealing

In too many homes throughout the Northern Nevada region, we see cracks, holes, and gaps that are contributing to serious heating and cooling losses. With over 40-years of experience, the Home Energy Experts team knows the best practices to identify cracks throughout a home.

As we go throughout your home looking for areas where air is entering into your home we will inspect walls, ceilings, doors, windows, attic areas, and garages. During our inspection, we will determine which areas will need to be repaired and propose a series of fixes.

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Insulation Installation

Improving your homes temperature envelope is one of the easiest methods to increase the efficiency of your heating and cooling system. As your home ages, some of your energy saving aspects will begin to wear down and become less efficient. The EPA estimates that homeowners can typically save up to 20% of heating and cooling costs (or up to 10% of total energy costs) by adding insulation in attics, floors over crawl spaces.

Insulation over time will compress, leading to a large loss in your temperature envelope efficiency. Luckily insulation over the years has become more efficient, safer, and better for the environment.

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HVAC Tune Up

To ensure that your system is running at its optimal efficiency, we will administer an HVAC tune-up. A visual inspection of your equipment will show any signs of deterioration or insufficient maintenance. We also use air conditioning and furnace testing equipment to determine the efficiency, temperature output differential, refrigerant levels, and furnace gas usage. We will administer the appropriate measures of repairs, cleaning, or programming to make sure your system is running at its more efficient capacity.

Equipment Upgrades

After we inspect your home we may find that some of your heating and cooling systems are dated, starting to wear down, and becoming more inefficient. When we see an underperforming unit we will put together an estimate of potential cost savings compared to the investment. Before we move forward with any replacements we make sure that you will be seeing money come back into your pocket from your heating and cooling bills.

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Smart Thermostat Installation

A smart thermostat is an excellent way to save money on your heating and cooling costs all throughout the year. Smart thermostats are designed to save you money without affecting your home comfort levels. These thermostats will shift the temperature and operation of your HVAC unit throughout the day to allow for optimal efficiency. Some of the smart thermostats we offer also allow you to set temperatures while you are away via mobile applications.

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Eric R.

Eric R.

Arrive to fire off furnace for first time after LP tank is filled.Arrive and check LP the tank only has 10% left on the gauge. Ensure enough gas pressure at gas valve with 10.5inwc before fire off.Inform homeowner tank is low and it will be best to not run tank dry or it will soot up the heat exchanger.Fire off- Turn on Furnace and burn off heat exchanger protectant oils, initial fire off carbon monoxide- 155ppm. Heat exchanger conditioning took 20 minutes. Check filter is clean, Check Static pressures on ductwork return-.5inwc supply-.15inwc. Balance furnace to 14ppm Carbon monoxide and 7.9% oxygen. Furnace is ready to run and is efficient as possible in the current ductwork configuration. Temperature rise across system-75 to 126 . Calibrate thermostat. Ensure proper operation of the condensate drain, ensure all registers in home are open, reinstall all items before departing. Ensure no leaks on gas connections or flu connections before departing. Furnace has completed 5 on a

Near Sitka St, Reno, NV 89506
Eric R.

Eric R.

Water heater diagnostic.Arrive and homeowners state water heater is leaking. Find that the expansion tank has developed a leak and is leaking onto the top of the unit. Offer homeowners replacement expansion tank at $440.The water heater is 17 years old. We at home Energy Experts recommend to replace the water heater instead of repairing only the expansion tank. Water heaters over 12 years old will develop leaks in the tank and can cause major home damage if not addressed quickly. Homeowners would like. Quote for water heater. Quote 9 year Rheem water heater for $2,103.89 with 2 year guarantee. Water pressure checked at 65psi. Copper water lines existing.If wishing to proceed with the quote please call at any time and we will finish the paper work needed for installation as well as get an installation date.Homeowners pay for diagnostic with card through HD today.

Near Snowy Owl Ct, Reno, NV 89523
Eric R.

Eric R.

Customer said their furnace wasn’t working, arrived and turned furnace on, ran furnace for approximately 30 mins with no issues, told customer I cannot tell customer why the furnace wasn’t operating before since it is working now, did notice it is in need of a maintenance though, cleaned furnace, burners, flame sensor, cleared pressure switch hose, 16x25x1 air filter was clean, combustion 11.8% oxygen and 10 ppm co, temp rise 50* rated for 35-65*, static pressure .35wc return, .5wc supply, blower amps 3.7, inducer motor amps .5, no gas or co leaks, tested furnace.Static pressure is high, restrictive ducts, suggest replacement of duct to increase efficiency to home, decrease static pressure, allow furnace and ac to breathe properly.

Near Marne Dr, Reno, NV 89503
Eric R.

Eric R.

FIREPLACE MAINTENANCE: - cleaned the unit from dirt, dust, and debris - cleaned the burner and inspected - pulled and cleared the pilot from carbon build up - polished the igniter rod - polished the thermopile - polished the thermocouple - inspected the fan assembly - inspected the rope seal around the glass - cleaned the glass - wiped the unit down - relayed an ember bed - tested the thermopile and thermocouple - inspected performance of the fire - tested for gas leaks and tested gas pressure - tested for carbon monoxide - verified operation is normalThey were experiencing a delayed ignition due to the pilot orifice being dirty. clean the orifice and rectified the delayed ignition, but I am seeing that the burner in the pilot assembly are pretty rusty. There is also a slight crack starting to form raid at the flu collar in the top of the firebox. The crack is not an issue Now but it very well can be in the future. I was slightly talking to S

Near Blue Spruce Rd, Reno, NV 89511
Eric R.

Eric R.

24 volt short occurring in common wire which was causing the fuse to blow when calling for heat.Fixed issues with common wire. Furnace came on and functioned properlyTested fan mode which functioned as it shouldAlso tested air conditioner that unit also came onThermostat and all of its functions are working as they should.That being said furnace is 17 years old and at the tail end of its lifespan. Strongly suggest maintenance on unit. Inside of unit is in poor conditionSimple fix will be of no charge to the customer

Near Bliss Ct, Reno, NV 89521
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