Building Sciences LLC offers oil to energy audit services in northern New Jersey

Wondering how you can make your home or business easier on the environment, while simultaneously increasing comfort and lowering energy bills? Our energy efficiency auditing services can help you accomplish all these goals and more.

Boosting Energy Efficiency in Your Jersey Building

The first step to boosting energy efficiency in your building is to perform an energy assessment to understand how and where your home is using energy. By analyzing the building as a system and looking at the interrelationships between each component--building envelope (insulation, windows, doors, air sealing), combustion equipment (boilers, furnaces, water heaters) etc.--we're able to identify the key sources of discomfort, indoor air quality and energy waste. We're then able to target the areas with the greatest return on investment so you get the greatest efficiency improvement for the best value.

To learn more about our various auditing and analysis services, follow any of these links:

To schedule an energy audit or to learn more about home energy efficiency rating tools, feel free to contact us!

We offer comprehensive home comfort testing services to improve the quality of life in your residence. Whether it's an inefficient heating system, drafty doors and windows, inadequate insulation or ventilation problems, we're here to analyze your home and provide recommendations for how best to improve energy efficiency, indoor air quality and more.

Is your home wasting energy and money?

Our energy audits will find out.

973-786-3700

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Courteous, Clean, and Pleasant Crew

All work crews that came and went were courteous, clean, and pleasant to talk to. I would recommend Gold Medal and Building Sciences to any of my friends that are looking for the work.

Michael M.
Jackson, NJ

Boiler is not working....

Our Weil McLein steam boiler stopped working. We called PSE&G, who we had a worry free guarantee with, who came out and told us it had a crack and needed to be replaced. We called around and had about 6 heating companies come out to give us a quote on the job.

The owner of this split level home was concerned about her high energy costs and sought to improve the overall efficiency of her home. She worried... Read More

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Energy: Where's it Come From and Where Does it Go?

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Ever wonder where our country's energy comes from and goes to? This fascinating map from the Lawrence Livermore Labratory shows in simple graphic terms where we generate energy and how much of it goes to various sectors.