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Comment by Benjamin Gromicko on December 18, 2012 at 11:05am
It takes a lot of energy to heat and cool a home.  Most homebuyers have no idea how much it will cost them to operate their home once they move in. Current homeowners do not fully understand how much energy and, therefore, money is being wasted by their home. And if they did understand, neither home buyers nor homeowners would know what to do about it. 
 
HOME ENERGY REPORT™
 
The Home Energy Report will give a home buyer a quick understanding of:
  • how much a home will cost to operate once they move in;
  • where energy (and, therefore, money) is being wasted in the home; and
  • what can be done to save energy and increase comfort.

The average homeowner can save over $500 every year on utility bills by following the prioritized recommendations within the Home Energy Report.

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