Call Us: 978.456.6981

News & Events

Energy Metrics on historic preservation v. saving energy on Scientific American blog.

Energy Metrics on conservation v. efficiency at Mapawatt

Pingswept writes about an Energy Metrics blower door test.

The new Energy Metrics website goes live!

Energy Blog

Energy Monitoring: An Unexpected Benefit
Welcome to the Energy Metrics Blog

Rebates/Tax Credits

New rebates and tax credits are now available saving you up to 50% on your energy-saving improvements.

BPI Certified

Basic Weatherization

The most cost-effective way to save energy is to seal up your building. If you were in a boat with holes everywhere, you wouldn't keep bailing it out. You would patch the holes. The same goes for your home. Why keep heating new air? Why not keep the warm air you've already heated inside. Our basic weatheriization involves patching up those holes with caulking, spray foam and weather stripping. If you had a blower door test done prior to the weatherization, we will run another blower door test, so we can determine how effective the weatherization measures were.


Prior to weatherization, it is highly recommended that you have a blower door test done. This will expose many holes you would never have seen.