High Bill Assessment

If you’re experiencing higher-than-normal electric bills, but don’t wish to complete a thorough audit of your home’s energy usage, our high bill assessment might be right for you.

  • Our trained energy experts will conduct a walk through of your home and identify simple things you can do to help lower your usage and your bills
  • This assessment takes about an hour to complete
  • Using proven testing technologies, our certified energy auditors can diagnose structural deficiencies in a home or building that can lead to high energy consumption
  • By identifying these problem areas, you can easily make a significant difference in energy usage and costs

Inspection Details

Home Energy Audit- Wynne, AR.Our energy audit program is available to members at no cost. All homes are eligible for a walk-through audit, including a comprehensive inspection to check:

  • Lighting
  • Appliances
  • Water heaters
  • Insulation in the attic and crawl space
  • Air sealing measures

We’ll also do an infrared camera assessment.

We calculate the efficiency of a home by dividing the highest summer bill in the past 12 months by the square footage of the home. Homes with usage higher than $0.10 per square foot will generally have room become more energy efficient.

For more information, e-mail Woodruff Electric or call (870) 633-2262 to schedule a high bill assessment.

Estimate Your Home’s Energy Efficiency

Estimate your homes energy efficiency. 13 cents or higher: needs energy efficicent improvements. 9 cents to 12 cents: could be improved. 8 cents or less: energy efficient.

While a professional energy audit from your local cooperative is the best way to determine whether your home is energy-efficient, you can estimate your home’s energy efficiency.

  • Take your average electric bill and divide it by the square footage of your home
  • For example, a 1,800 square-foot home with a $260* average electric bill would cost 14 cents per square foot
  • *Amount may not include fuel cost adjustment

Homes that cost 9 cents or higher per square foot would benefit from energy-efficiency improvements.

Improve Energy Efficiency

You can help to improve your home’s energy efficiency by:

  • Adjusting your thermostat
  • Air sealing your home
  • Replacing bulbs with LEDs
  • Regularly maintaining your heating and cooling unit

For more information e-mail Woodruff Electric or call (870) 633-2262 to discuss your home’s energy efficiency improvement options.

New Home Energy Efficiency

If you are planning to build a new house, download your free booklet of Building Guidelines for Energy Efficiency (PDF) from the Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas.

Energy Savings Checklist

Woodruff Electric works diligently to control the cost of electricity. We have compiled a list of energy-saving tips that can help you control your cost and ultimately save on your electric bill. Be sure to encourage your neighbors to take advantage of these tips as well. Together, we can contribute to energy conservation.  Download the Energy Savings Checklist (PDF) to view our energy savings tips.