A home energy audit, also known as a home energy assessment, can help you understand the whole picture of your home's energy use. An audit can help you determine how much energy your home uses, where your home is losing energy, and which problem areas and fixes you should prioritize to make your home more efficient and comfortable. A home energy audit should be your first step before making energy-saving home improvements, as well as before adding a renewable energy system to your home.


A professional home energy audit will provide a thorough assessment of your home's energy use. In addition to a room-by-room examination of the home, an auditor may employ equipment such as blower doors, infrared cameras, and (rarely) PerFluorocarbon tracer gas.


While a professional energy audit provides the most complete picture of your home's energy use, a diligent self-assessment can help you pinpoint problem areas and prioritize your energy efficiency upgrades. Try Home Energy Saver DIY home energy audit for custom recommendations on how to save energy in your home.

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Comment by Alex Sudol on September 10, 2016 at 7:19am

The European Union also is performed energy audits for homes. The houses are mostly made warming and replacement with higher efficiency furnaces. An energy audit is very important. The audit is required for grants of banks environmental protection or environmental protection funds. Refunds reach 20% of the total cost of thermo example. Jawor in the program of the provincial environmental protection fund in Krakow, which supports the improvement of energy efficiency. More on http://www.ceb.com.pl/program-jawor-poprawa-efektywnosci-energetycz...

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