Sears Holdings Corporation (Sears) will demonstrate its home energy audit at go green expo, January 24 to January 25, 2009 at the Los Angeles convention center. The company demonstrates: how to make homes more energy-efficient, cut utility bills, and save money all at the same time. The company’s home energy audit was introduced in late 2008 to the Orange county residents and was scheduled to be demonstrated at the Los Angeles show.
The company’s home energy audit uses diagnostic tools to review a home’s energy-efficiency and comfort and offers a customized strategy for correcting the problems and attaining specific energy and money saving results.
The company’s representatives will be present at go green expo on January 24, 2009 to January 25, 2009 to respond to the queries and speak about home energy savings concepts and the benefits of an energy audit. As an added bonus, visitors to go green expo can pay just $275 for the company’s home energy audit and personalized report a 50% savings off the $550 regular price. Participants who use –the company to make the recommended improvements to their home can apply that $275 toward the cost of those services that qualify.
“Most homeowners want to make their homes more efficient, but assume the process is too complicated and expensive,” explained Elliot Baldini, senior marketing analyst for Sears Home Services. “The Sears Home Energy Audit takes the guesswork out of home energy efficiency by giving homeowners prioritized action steps to maximize their energy- and money-saving results.”
Part of the home performance with energy star program, the company’s home energy audit is a collaborative effort with California Building Performance Contractors Association and the Building Performance Institute, both of which offered training and certification for the company’s team.