Breathe Easy with Cook Home Services

Cook Home Services has provided quality comfort and home improvement services to Crawfordsville, Indiana and the surrounding Montgomery County since 1978. We are committed to meeting your needs with 100% satisfaction.

Cook Home Services has 43 years of service offering the highest quality energy efficiency services. We specialize in understanding your home’s energy use and where the best investment can be made to lower your carbon footprint and energy bills. Our energy efficiency services include:

Along with our energy efficiency services, we also service air quality, ductwork, electrical, HVAC, windows and doors, and other interior home services.

Energy Efficiency

Troubleshooting and Repairs

Upgrades and Installations

Service Plans and Maintenance

Diagnostics and Testing

Keep your home in tiptop shape with our maintenance plans. You’ll enjoy priority service, discounts on repairs and other services, and hassle-free scheduling.

Three ways to reduce your home energy bill:

  1. Add geothermal and/or solar (with battery) systems to reduce your utility usage.
  2. Insulate your home to reduce the energy needed to keep it warm or cool. This can be done with insulation, new doors and windows, increasing airflow efficiency, and better controlling humidity within the home.
  3. Upgrade your equipment and appliances to more energy-efficient models.

Understanding where your home utilizes the most energy can help you identify areas that can be more energy efficient. On average, residential single structure home expenditures on energy break down the following ways:

  • 43% Heating and Cooling – the quality of your home’s insulation, doors and window insulating factors, ductwork insulation, smart thermostat settings, humidity systems, air circulation, and ratings of your heating and air conditioning have a huge impact on your energy usage – especially during the warmest and coldest months.
  • 12% Water Heating – the energy efficiency of your water heater and flow rate of hot water play a large role. New tankless water heaters are highly efficient because they heat water on-demand rather than 24 hours a day.
  • 11% Lighting – newer LED-based lighting and timers can significantly reduce your lighting energy usage.
  • 9% Appliances – replacing older, inefficient appliances (like clothes dryers) with newer appliances can improve your energy usage.
  • 9% Electronics – homes are acquiring more and more electronics nowadays, and thankfully many devices like Televisions, are becoming far more energy efficient.
  • 8% Refrigeration – replacing older, inefficient refrigerators and freezers with newer better rated versions can improve your energy usage.
  • 8% Miscellaneous – all of your other usage.

Home Energy Consumption

Home Energy Use

Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) Residential Energy Consumption Survey (RECS)