Audit Types & Prices

Lowry EcoSolutions offers three levels of home energy assessments.


Basic Energy Assessment (starting @ $225)

    1. Homeowner discussion of concerns and questions;
    2. Observations of house regarding windows, doors, lighting, appliances, heating / cooling systems, insulation, duct systems, and air sealing.
    3. Carbon monoxide monitoring during the energy assessment;
    4. Review of utility bills;
    5. Takes approximately 1 hour in your house;
    6. Includes a written letter report noting observations and recommendations.

Energy Audit (starting @ $425)

    1. All items included in the Basic Energy Assessment, plus
    2. Combustion Appliance Zone testing;
    3. Testing of fuel fired ovens, ranges, and logsets (where applicable);
    4. Blower door testing;
    5. Takes approximately 3 hours in your house;
    6. Full written report including observations, recommendations, and photos;
    7. This Energy Audit is a minimum requirement to participate in the Keystone HELP 0.99% loan through AFC First.

Comprehensive Energy Audit w/ HERS Rating (starting @ $750)

    1. All items included in the Energy Audit, plus
    2. Duct testing;
    3. REM/RATE computer modeling to determine HERS Index;
    4. Cost / benefit analysis of potential improvements;
    5. Takes approximately 5 hours in your house;
    6. Full written report (please ask for a sample report).


Please fill out our short questionnaire to obtain a firm price quotation.


Notes and Additional Services:

For more information about energy audits, please check out this link to the U.S. Department of Energy website.

Contact us to schedule your home energy assessment, energy audit or HERS Rating and to get a cost proposal.


Energy Star Qualified Homes

Are you planning on building an Energy Star house? You will need a HERS Rating in order to qualify. We can work with you to design, construct, and document your new Energy Star certified house.

"To earn the ENERGY STAR, a home must meet strict guidelines for energy efficiency set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. These homes are at least 15% more energy efficient than homes built to the 2004 International Residential Code (IRC), and include additional energy-saving features that typically make them 20–30% more efficient than standard homes." (from

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Contact us for more information about HERS Ratings and making your next house an Energy Star house.