Why take an energy survey and audits?

Whether you want to tackle spiraling energy costs, looking to invest in renewable energy, or are struggling to keep your home cool and comfortable, our Home Energy Surveys can enable opportunities to reduce energy use and costs. We start by discussing the project with you in detail; in particular: the project scope, what you’re looking to achieve (energy or carbon reduction, profile-raising, etc), the budget available, and your time schedule.

Our comprehensive energy surveys and audits provide advice on where the main energy management opportunities lie and identify the need for more detailed investigations, if required. We will also assess the feasibility of energy efficiency measures and renewable energy technologies, in order to reduce your home’s energy consumption and carbon footprint.

Let Buller Services experts be your guide, providing you with indications of the expected savings, its cost, and the payback time.

Save Money, Save Energy, Save Earth

Taking action to improve the energy performance of your home will deliver significant benefits to your well-being and monthly finances.
Here are some myths related to Energy-saving that you may want to keep in mind.

You may not be able to use devices once you have hit the power button, but they may still be running some energy. Many devices use standby power, sometimes up to 20% of the energy they use when they are on. What many people don’t realize is that most electronics can’t be switched off completely unless you plug them out.

Warm water certainly boils faster than cold water. But the amount of energy it takes to boil your pot of water is the same either way. If you use hot tap water, you’ve already paid for this head start. That water was heated in your water heater. If you really want to save energy when heating water in a pot, cover it. Using the least amount of water you can get away with will also take less time and energy to bring it to the boil

That is simply not true. How much you will save will depend on your current habits and what changes you’re willing to make. Small changes can make a big difference, and it’s certainly worthwhile.

This may have been true many years ago, but times have changed. Computers and other electrical products are less prone to energy surge damage and use less energy when starting up than they used to. If you can turn a device or light off, it saves energy. The small surge in the energy created when a device is turned on is much less than the energy used by a device left running when it’s not needed.

You don’t need an electrician; just screw it in and you’re good to go. Energy-saving bulbs may be slightly more expensive when you buy them in a store, but the energy they save more than makes up for this cost.

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