Spoken Language: English
Business: Consulting, Energy
Energy Master is a full-service home performance company that uses a "systematic" approach to fixing heating and air problems in homes in order to decrease energy bills.
Energy Master isn’t just a licensed heating and air conditioning contractor< - servicing and installing all major makes and models of HVAC units, we’re a whole lot more. We do not provide a "one size fits all" heating and air solution because every home is unique.
Energy Master performs the most comprehensive Energy Audit in Arkansas. We also have one of the most advanced infrared cameras in the state, allowing us to go further with our home thermal testing. We also provide energy efficient planning services for those how are looking to build a truly energy efficient and comfortable home.
We are trained in "building science" and we use the latest diagnostic tools to examine each heating and air system as a single, interactive component of your home.
At Energy Master Home, Inc. we are committed to providing superior heating and air service, products and installation. We are also committed to making our recommendations based on the customers comfort concerns, as well as our own scientific and diagnostic conclusions, but never approaching a situation with predetermined solutions. We service all major brands and are the oldest existing Trane Comfort Specialist in Little Rock.
At Energy Master, we never want you to feel like you are buying an HVAC product or service, but rather making an investment in the future. Knowing the value of your investment and having the peace of mind of a more comfortable, efficient, and healthy home.
Most of your home energy is consumed through appliances such as your heating and air systems, hot water heaters, and lights. But, what many people do not realize is that their home appliances may be working harder due to a lack of planning with the home was built.
We are experts at finding problem areas in your home that are causing your heating and air bill to rise. If your house isn't getting or staying cool, the answer isn't always just to add a bigger air conditioner. The problem may be your ducting size, layout/placement in each room, windows, poor insulation, cracks in your home, or perhaps even due to a lack of crawl space encapsulation.