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Kudos!

TRM, Eagle From my personal experience, anyone building a home or wanting to decrease existing home utility costs should only select Building Energy to audit, oversee and test contractors’ work, and ensure contractors follow specifications. If you are building a new home, make sure your Builder contracts Building Energy as part of the construction process. […]

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Amazing Difference

Gordon & Francis My husband and I purchased our two story home in 2006. We thought that because it was a new home that our heating and cooling system was efficient. Soon after we moved in we noticed that the upstairs and downstairs would heat and cool at different temperatures. You could feel the change […]

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Very Pleased

David Just wanted to let you know, again, how pleased we are with our home.  Our decision to purchase an Energy Star home in the Villas at Banbury Meadows was greatly influenced by not only the quality of the home, but the many extra features built into it.  None was more important than having the Energy Star […]

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Highly Recommend

Margie Thank you so much for helping us make our home more energy efficient.  Our gas bill went from $76.00 in December to $35.00 in January, February and March!  We couldn’t be happier.  I highly recommend you to everyone I know.  Thank you so much.

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Very Quick and Efficient

H.M. Eagle, ID I have used the services of Building Energy twice and can’t say enough good things about owner Ingo Stroup and his team. I first contacted Building Energy to help identify why our heating and A/C bills were so high and the dust level was an ongoing puzzle. It took less than 1 […]

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Multi-Family Testing

home Building Energy has the staff, equipment and experience to test and verify Multi-Family projects. We provide independent energy code testing as required by the IECC and also certify ENERGY STAR/Green projects for utility incentive programs and Tax Credits... (read more)

Testimonials

TRM, Eagle, ID
"From my personal experience, anyone building a home or wanting to decrease existing home utility costs should only select Building Energy to audit, oversee and test contractors’ work, and ensure contractors follow specifications. If you are building a new home, make sure your Builder contracts Building Energy as part of the construction process..." (read more)

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