Before spending money to improve the energy-efficiency of your house, you should book a home energy audit from a certified energy advisor. This will help you to ensure that the most cost-effective improvements are undertaken.
It’s a fact that most every home is, in some way, wasting some amount of energy every day. The most obvious step in discovering whether or not your home is wasting energy, is to first determine if a residential energy audit is needed.
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This article explains the inner fuctionings of the three major types of hot water storage tanks: electric, gas, and oil-fired.
This article serves as a brief introduction to the general idea of energy audit safety. It includes recommendations for the professional performing the energy audit, as well as some considerations for the heatlh and safety of building occupants.
This article provides some insight into the introduction of moisture to the home, the potential problems it can cause, and preventative measures that can protect the home.
THE ENERGY AUDIT PROCESS An energy audit process consists of the following parts: 1 An interview 2 Observations and measurements 3 Calculations and, 4 Presentation of recommendations.
This article outlines the three major responibilities of a professional residential or commercial energy auditor: To Motivate, To Inform, and To Be Credible. This article is written for current and studying energy auditors although it may be of interest to anyone.