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Question DetailsAsked on 3/24/2014

Cost for a home energy analysis testing in Omaha, NE for a 1,500 sq ft house.

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For a BPI (Building Performance Institute or similar name, as I recall - alsways just call it BPI) certified energy auditor to do a home energy analysis including blower door infiltration/exfiltration test, can run from about $250-400 typically, more if have to haul equipment up stairs for a condo or apartment. Additional couple of hundred to do full walkaround with thermal IR scanner (better) or smoke generator (old school and cheaper) to check for air leaks and determine if vent flappers are sealing off decently when bathroom and kitchen fans are off.

Answered 6 years ago by LCD


It is more around these parts. Closer to $495.

Answered 6 years ago by WoWHomeSolutions


You are right - cost in most of the country probably less than in my cold-climate area, where such tests are pretty common and frequently paid for by government energy savings programs, so there is a lot more competition, hence lower prices. Closer to $500 would probably be a better number to suggest as "normal".

Answered 6 years ago by LCD

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