Quick survey: Does your company perform home-energy audits and/or retrofits?

Greetings, Home Energy Pros. We're conducting a simple survey on daily5Remodel to determine how prevalent home-energy audits and retrofits are becoming among mainstream remodeling companies, along with reasons for or against pursuing this line of business.

 

To take the survey, please go to this link: interactive survey: home energy audits 

We'll report on survey responses in next Monday's issue of d5R.

 

FYI: Standard subscriptions to d5R are free, and we're providing quite a bit of information related to green remodeling, sustainability and energy-efficiency, so I invite you all to subscribe! (Plus, it's a fun, quick and informative daily read.)

 

Also, Premium subscriptions provide many benefits for serious remodeling professionals, including discounted services from Verified Green and discounted subscriptions to Home Energy magazine. Here's where to go to subscribe.

 

Thanks! Happy to be a part of this network.

Leah Thayer, daily5Remodel 

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