- Energy Audits
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- Drone Services
- Manual JDS/RESCheck/COMCheck
November 25, 2020
If you are just moving into a new home or even if you have been there for a while, it may benefit you greatly to have a home energy audit done. It is a simple service appointment that can be performed by a professional company. E3 Power is located in Denver, Colorado, and has been performing energy audits for people for many years. They are a trusted and thorough team that will give you excellent service.
What Is An Energy Audit?
November 10, 2020
Fall is a fabulous time of year. The leaves are changing colors and temperatures are beginning to cool off. It's time to start thinking about checking different areas of your business so you can make sure it's ready for winter and the cooler temperatures that come with it. At E3Power, we want to help you get prepared. Making sure that your business is prepared for the changing temperatures can save you money as it gets colder outside. We have several suggestions of things you can do to be ready.
1. Inspect, Service, and Maintain your Heating System
October 30, 2020
As a business owner or manager, it's up to you to try and boost your revenue as much as possible. It's hard to have a high revenue if you're spending so much money on your energy bill. An energy audit can help you discover ways to save money on these bills. Here are some reasons why your business needs an energy audit.
October 17, 2020
When the weather begins to get colder in the fall and wintertime, you may notice a difference in your home. If your heater isn't able to keep up or your energy bill is running high, it could be due to air seeping in through a gap or crack. E3 power can come out and so an energy audit on your home to see the areas that could be struggling.
October 4, 2020
Are you always afraid to open your electric bill? Find yourself wondering if the A/C is running too much? Did the extra guests you had over really run the bill up? Did leaving all those lights on affect the bill? It is tough to know what your energy bill will be each month, between heating and cooling costs, and energy prices that are constantly changing. It is hard to be conscious of all of your energy usage.
September 21, 2020
The air is getting a bit cooler and the trees are changing colors and leaves are falling. That means Fall is coming. Fall is such a beautiful season and a great time to make sure your home is ready for winter. The team at E3Power is here to help you. We know that when your home is not getting proper attention it can deteriorate quickly. Fall is the perfect time to start thinking about your home maintenance as well as getting it ready for colder weather. Here are a few items you can do to get ready for winter and keep you and your home happy.
September 1, 2020
Are you building a house? Or a house that is already built that you want to have a duct leakage test? This is an important test to have done to the home to make sure nothing is leaking out of the air ducts. If there is a leak it could make your electric and gas bills run high.
August 15, 2020
Solar Panels are the thing to invest in if you are trying to become more environmentally efficient. They use sunlight to create energy for your home. Cutting down on electricity bills is a bonus of this also. Are you trying to find ways to be more energy-efficient and save money on your monthly bills?
June 30, 2020
Have you just bought a new home? Having an energy audit could save you some time, money, and make your home more comfortable. The staff at E3 Power are trained and qualified to give you advice on all your energy audit questions. We are located in Denver, CO and love working with this community.
June 15, 2020
While most of us don’t realize it, lighting is essential to every business and facility. It makes up about 35% of electricity used in commercial buildings and, if not done well, can create excess heat and large electric bills.
Retrofitting existing light sources, fixtures, and controls can not only improve the ambiance of a room and impact the size of the electrical and HVAC systems needed, but it can reduce costs by 40-60%. However, asking the right questions is crucial to ensuring you get what you need.