Start with your
home check up.
After completing an initial interview to learn more about your energy behaviors and habits, our professional auditor will perform a full home assessment by reviewing your home’s:
After completing an in-depth inspection the contractor will provide upgrade recommendations and break down potential areas to save. If improvements are made, FOR Energy can perform the work and ensure you receive available rebates, tax credits, and financing offers to help offset costs. Plus, Nevada home energy audit participants could be eligible for additional rebates & ask about our discount programs
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With our evaluations and services we can determine the best way for you to save energy and money. So, take advantage of all of our services below and Schedule your free Nevada home energy audit and start saving today!
Start your Nevada home energy audit, so we can find where all the energy leaks are. Start here, and start saving on your energy bill.
Is your home energy bill too high? Let us help, and start your Nevada home energy audit, and with solar panels being the #1 energy saver this could be an option for you. Call us to see if you qualify for tax credits or other awesome programs!
FOR Energy carries the most energy efficient residential windows. Have your windows evaluated to see how much you can save.
It’s important to have your insulation evaluated to make sure it is the proper level and installed in the proper locations. This will reduce the amount of heating and cooling appliances you need to use to keep your home comfortable.
20 to 30 percent of the air moving through your ductwork could be lost to leaks and cracks. Have your home checked out!
Window film not only blocks heat but also blocks UV rays which leads to fading, increases privacy, reduces glare, and adds additional security to your glass.
Nevada is a western U.S. state defined by its great expanses of desert, and by the 24-hour casinos and entertainment for which its largest city, Las Vegas, is famed. Las Vegas is home to elaborate theme hotels and luxury resorts that line its main thoroughfare, the Las Vegas Strip. The city’s also home to museums such as the Mob Museum, extravagant live shows and upscale shopping malls and restaurants.
Nevada has by far the most hotel rooms per capita in the United States. According to the American Hotel and Lodging Association, there were 187,301 rooms in 584 hotels (of 15 or more rooms). The state is ranked just below California, Texas, Florida, and New York in total number of rooms, but those states have much larger populations. Nevada has one hotel room for every 14 residents, far above the national average of one hotel room per 67 residents.