SOURCE: Entirely Pure

August 29, 2011 16:29 ET

Entirely Pure Offers Free Home Energy Audits to Educate Homeowners on How to Save Money on Electric Bills by Going Green in Phoenix, Mesa, Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Gilbert, Tempe, Ahwatukee, Chandler, Tolleson, Glendale and Peoria

Entirely Pure Provides a Portfolio of Green Energy Saving Products Including CFL Light Bulbs, Solar Window Film, Attic Insulation, Programmable Thermostats, AC Duct Sealing, Radiant Barrier and Variable Speed Pool Pumps That Can Save Customers up to 50% on Their Home's Lighting, Cooling and Electric Bill

TEMPE, AZ--(Marketwire - Aug 29, 2011) - Entirely Pure LLC, a leading Arizona home energy audit company (, announced today that the company will perform free home energy audits (a $99 value for APS and SRP customers) until October 31st to help residential homeowners save money on electric bills during the economic downturn.

In addition to the free home energy audits, Entirely Pure also provides an affordable Energy Savings Starter Package that includes the installation of one clean air filter, one smart power strip, one programmable thermostat and 40 CFL lights for $385 plus tax. The package is guaranteed to save homeowners more than $1,900 on electric bills. See for more details.

Customers should contact Reza Bakhshai at (480) 776-5883 before Oct. 31st to set up a free home energy audit and start saving money.

Entirely Pure utilizes the following 10-Step Home Energy Audit to inspect homes and point out areas where energy saving products can be installed to add extra layers of insulation and to seal up leaky holes in their home's energy envelope:

Energy Audit Step 1 -- Inspect the home's air intake vents for clean air filters
Energy Audit Step 2 -- Inspect the home's windows/doors for air leaks
Energy Audit Step 3 -- Inspect the home's air ducts for holes and missing insulation
Energy Audit Step 4 -- Inspect the home's attic for insulation and radiant barriers
Energy Audit Step 5 -- Inspect the home's walls and ceilings for heat leaks
Energy Audit Step 6 -- Inspect the home's water heater for age and temperature settings
Energy Audit Step 7 -- Inspect the home's lighting system for excess heat and energy loss
Energy Audit Step 8 -- Inspect the home's pool pump for age and energy efficiency
Energy Audit Step 9 -- Inspect the home's AC-unit for age and energy efficiency
Energy Audit Step 10 -- Inspect the home's rooftop space for possible solar installations

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