Book a Home Energy Assessment

Please complete the following form to book a home energy assessment.   Please note that:

  • We need access to all parts of your house, including the attic and furnace.  If access is not available and if the advisor needs to return to complete the evaluation, extra travel costs may apply.
  • Evaluations can be completed on row houses, duplexes, and multi-plexes only if there is an exterior door into an entrance or hallway that provides access to all units.
  • You must sign a release form allowing us to provide a copy of the results of your home energy assessment to Natural Resources Canada.

Selected Territory: Kingston, Belleville, Frontenac

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Scheduling Information

Evaluations are primarily scheduled during weekdays and last 2 to 3 hours.  Please choose from the following:
Preferred visit day:* I would like to request a weekend visit
Preferred visit time:* I would like to request an evening visit

Personal Information

Full Name:*
City:* Province:*
Postal code:*
Email Address:* Home Phone:*
Work Phone:   Ext. Cell Phone
Call Preference: It is best to call me   at my  

Home Information

Style of House: Age of House:
Number of Stories: Number of Occupants:
Type of Heating Fuel: Type of Water Heating:
Do you have a fireplace or woodstove?   Yes    No
What is your primary home comfort problem?
What is your primary reason for the home energy assessment?

Pricing Information

The price of the assessment varies depending on the location of your home.  The price will be confirmed with you before your visit is booked.

Miscellaneous Information

Where did you hear about the service?
Do you know someone else who would benefit from this service?
If so, please provide the following contact information. Thank you.
Phone number:
Email address:
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your home energy
Quote Heating bills are down

It's perceptibly warmer underfoot on the ground floor, our main living area, and we got rid of the drafts. Heating bills, which used to run about $200 a month during the cold weather, are down by $50 to $60 a month. The advisor showed us how to get the greatest effect for the lowest price.

– Graham Whiting and Kassia Kord, Guelph