home energy check-up

Open your door to health, comfort, savings and value.

Get a Home Energy Check-Up performed by LEAP. Available to Dominion Virginia Power and Appalachian Power customers. During our 90 minute to 2-hour visit, you’ll get an evaluation of your home’s energy efficiency, the advice of one of LEAP’s certified Residential Building Analysts, and installation of energy efficient products such as CFL and LED lightbulbs, smart power strips, pipe insulation, water saving showerheads and faucet aerators, and more — plus a checklist of additional energy saving measures for your home.

The Home Energy Check-Up is $20-$45 (price may vary depending on campaign and location), but is valued at up to $250 in savings, products, and professional advice.

Available only to Dominion and Appalachian Power customers. 

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Or, call us at 434-227-4666.

  • Learn more about the Products and Services available as part of every LEAP Check-Up.
  • All homes must be single-family residential and side-by-side condos or townhomes. Stacked condos and townhomes, as well as apartments, mobile homes, and homes built after 2011 do not qualify for this program.
  • Neighborhood associations, PTOs/PTAs and other community organizations are invited to participate and get a $10 donation for each Check-up in their area.
  • Be a “Champion for Day.” Pick a day, organize 3 of your neighbors to get a Check-up on the same day as you, and we’ll make a special trip. Plus, the Check-up of your own house will be free.
  • These Energy Coaches will schedule your Check-up in a two-hour block, though most take less than 90 minutes.

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The value of this package is estimated at up to $250 in goods, savings, and professional advice, but because LEAP is a Participating Contractor in the Dominion Home Energy Check-up program our price to homeowners is only $45. Certain restrictions apply. Contact us for details. Visit www.dom.com/hec-terms to view the Terms and Conditions for the Home Energy Check-Up program. Visit www.dom.com/hec-faq to view some frequently asked questions.