What are the 4 Energy Audit options for your buildings?

So, you own or manage commercial buildings….and you are responsible for recommending an energy audit for one or all your buildings over the next three years. Where do you start? There are four basic ways to approach a commercial energy audit:


Proposed Solution and pricing estimates* (Three plus 1)

Based on our experience in the construction, renovation, energy, utility, and sustainability markets, we would like to recommend four options based on 1-6 buildings with less than 100,000 total SF under management:


  1. Baseline Energy Audit and Recommendations: Energy Engineer review of three years of utility usage, interview with FM leadership, walk through, and final report with energy recommendations and information about grants, incentives, and rebates available. ($12,000)
  2. ASHRAE level 1 Energy Audit with Energy Modeling. FM Leadership Meeting, Walk through, modeling, competitive quoting research. ($24,000)
  3. ESCO Level Bid as a General Contractor, including research on grants, incentives and energy service contracts that would eliminate the need for up front capital($100,000+-cost rolled into ESCO project)
  4. Free Audit by phone through qualifying local utility. They will analyze your utility bills for 1 year, compare you to other like buildings and then do a phone walkthrough with your FM director and give verbal, general recommendations of energy saving ideas.


For information and a customized assessment of your buildings, text or email us below to schedule a call.


Welcome to the Club!  


Anita Brattina, CEO, AllFacilities, Inc.



  1. What type of energy audit have you conducted in the last three years (including shopping for energy supply?)
  2. Can you save enough in energy to pay for the energy improvements?
  3. Can a grant help you pay for it?
  4. Your name, title, organization, email, cell
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