Home Energy Efficiency Inspection in Sacramento

The main priority of Good Life’s energy efficiency inspections is to ensure that your household or business runs in compliance with California's energy efficiency inspection law while helping you to cut your power bills and reduce environmental impact.

What Does an Energy Efficiency Inspection Include?

During your home energy inspection, a trained technician will assess the state and performance of your heating, cooling, and hot water equipment, scan the attic, foundation, and wall insulation for heat losses, and check the heated premises for air leakage and drafts.

Here is what is typically inspected:

  • Attic Spaces
  • Tall Ceilings
  • Exterior Walls
  • Windows
  • Skylights
  • Doors
  • Basements
  • Crawl Spaces
  • Concrete Slabs
  • Foundation Walls
  • Attached Garages
  • Heating Systems
  • Cooling Systems
  • Domestic Hot Water Systems
  • Lighting Systems
  • Major Appliances
  • Exhaust Fans
  • Mechanical Ventilation Systems
  • Renewable Energy Systems

Why do I need an Energy Efficiency inspection?

Scheduling an Energy Efficiency Inspection is the best way to ensure your house’s compliance with California's energy code standards and gain actionable insights on energy-saving options.

Cost Savings: Decrease your monthly utility bills by finding and addressing all sources of energy waste.

Environmental Impact: Learn new ways to maximize your home's energy efficiency and ensure the minimal carbon footprint possible.

Comfort and Health: Identify and neutralize all the factors negatively affecting indoor air quality and overall comfort.

Property Value: Secure a more beneficial position in the real estate market by obtaining expert approval of energy efficiency.

What Is The Difference Between Home Energy Audit and Home Energy

Efficiency Inspection Home Energy Audits are a non-mandatory service, so homeowners can decide whether to undergo them to assess their home's energy efficiency.

Home Energy Efficiency Inspections are regulated by California's Energy Efficiency Inspection Law and are not optional. Every homeowner must schedule this inspection to ensure adherence to the state regulatory standards and legal requirements.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does my project require Title 24 calculations?

Title 24 calculations are mandatory in these cases:

  • if your project requires a building permit
  • for the existing envelope modifications (walls, floors, roofs, windows, etc.)
  • to add or upgrade mechanical/HVAC equipment or a water heater
  • for new constructions and additional projects
  • to convert an unconditioned space to a conditioned one, like a garage conversion to a living space

For non-residential projects, you will need Title 24 reports in all the above-mentioned instances, plus when you change, modify, or upgrade your lighting, indoor or outdoor.

Does Title 24 apply to me?

Compliance with Title 24 regulations is mandatory for every construction project in the state of California. It applies whenever you pull permits or undergo inspections for any reason, from installing new fixtures to constructing a building.

Here is a checklist to find out if Title 24 regulations are pertinent to your project:

  • The project is planned in California
  • You are going to install new fixtures or upgrade existing ones
  • There are some construction activities planned
  • You need permits or inspections to proceed with the project

If you've ticked three or more boxes, then you do need Title 24.

When do I need a Title-24?
A Title-24 is required when you construct a new building, change the floor space of an existing one, or make windows bigger.

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