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ROSWELL, GA, June 07, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Atlanta, GA., replacement windows company North Georgia Replacement Windows knows it's easy to feel convinced that your home is perfectly energy efficient when it isn't. If you have never had an energy audit performed on your home, there is really no way to know for certain.
The home window replacement specialists encourage all homeowners to have an energy audit performed by a BPI certified person. Audits are able to pinpoint where your home is using energy well and where it is wasting it. You will receive a report at the end of the audit that will tell you the most cost-effective improvement opportunities to take advantage of.
An energy audit will help you to uncover hidden problems within your home. It will tell you about energy sinks, poor insulation and even hidden structural or safety problems that could cause major damage. Each of these issues will be inspected and reported as it is found, and you should be able to fix them before they become worse.
Improving your home's energy efficiency by taking the audit's advice can make a huge difference right away. You can literally feel the difference when leaky windows and doors are sealed properly, insulation is added or your new HVAC system begins to operate. This can make your home feel notably more pleasant, which is well worth the investment.
You can also improve your home's marketability and resale value through an audit. Decreasing your energy costs can make a home more appealing to a buyer, and buyers will be more likely to pay a higher dollar value for it.
"According to Resnet, studies have shown that if you can cut energy costs by $300 per year, you can get as much as $6,000 more on your home sale," says Ted Kirk.
About North Georgia Replacement Windows:
North Georgia Replacement Windows is dedicated to providing trustworthy and fair service to every customer. This company only uses top quality products that are installed by the best window installers in the country.
For more information, visit http://ngwindows.com.
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