Anchorman Walt Gray from the ABC News affiliate KXTV out of Sacramento, California, recently sat down for an interview with Jason Davis of Tech2U in order to examine “Tech Tools For A Safe And Efficient Home.” In this brief video, interviewer Gray describes this discussion as a way to “whip our homes into shape with fewer headaches along the way.”
Tech expert Jason Davis, the owner of a popular, local computer repair service company, recommends the HomeSelfe app, a free downloadable tool available on both Android and iOS devices. After installation, the application guides you through your home and after answering some simple questions during this five-minute tour, it creates a digital mockup of your house.
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This device-delivered, digital diagram of your home comes complete with a report that grades your house’s energy efficiency, pointing to places, devices and ways your home could be contributing to unnecessary energy costs on your monthly utility bill. The video footage from this interview shows just how user-friendly and easy-to-operate this no-cost app is for today’s homeowners.
The app will also connect users with local, qualified contractors should it recommend more complicated upgrades or construction to save money in the future. But some of the advice this app offers can be some simple and inexpensive ways that homeowners could save money and energy. Whether it’s local energy rebates available to consumers or affordable options on making better lighting choices, sometimes quick and easy solutions will save a great deal on monthly utility costs.
To watch the interview in it’s entirety, please follow this link to see the video along with other recommendations for homeowners to curb energy costs. When it comes to the HomeSelfe app, a five-minute investment could prove to be a great return on your investment, especially since it’s free and comes with no strings attached except your time.