What is a Home Energy Assessment?

What is a Home Energy Assessment?

The Home Energy Assessment takes approximately 1.5-2 hours (small-medium size homes). It assesses the following areas:
Construction materials
Heating system
Cooling system
Lighting
Hot water system
Renewable energy sources
Draughts
Insulation
Windows
Shading
Large Appliances

The assessor then provides a detailed report after the assessment with recommended improvements to the home to improve the energy rating. Costs $300-$500 for a normal size house/unit or more for larger premises.

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