iEnergyApp: Quickly generate professional reports for homeowners and get more contracts!

iEnergyApp is a report generation platform and sales tool for contractors.  

  • Automatically generate professionally formatted reports for homeowners in 30 minutes or less.
  • Eliminate cumbersome, time consuming reports created in Word.  
  • No more resizing and reformatting photos to produce a presentable report, iEnergyApp makes the whole process a snap.  
  • Clean simple reports focused on the benefits for homeowners.  
  • Report layout specifically designed to facilitate the consultative in-home sales process.
  • Report sections include: homeowner concerns, problems with photos taken in the home, solutions and explanation of the benefits of moving forward with the recommendations for improvement.

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I have been working with Jenn and her iEnergyApp for a while now. I found her and her app to be very helpful in cutting down on the time required to generate a report, and in a way that is very user-friendly to the consumer. 

I worked with Jenn to create a more inclusive report to include the roof, siding and windows of a house. Overall, I am very happy with her app and suggest that you reach out to her about the app that she has created (whether your interest lies in using the app or helping her to improve it).


Thank you for posting about your free software! Appreciate it.

Hey Tom,

You are most welcome.  iEnergyApp is not free, but it is reasonable and pays for itself many times over with just one more contract per month!  We are offering your first report for free to anyone who signs up before August 8, 2014!

I am happy to walk you through the software via screen share if you have an interest, email me:

Have a great day, Tom!





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