Assessment of the Basement, Walls, and Attic
The purpose of evaluating all primary aspects of the home is to know the location and performance of the current...
The Energy Specialist must assess the basement area for possible energy efficiency improvements. If an element is eligible for enhancement,...
All exterior walls, overhangs, and enclosed cavities need to be fully insulated to make a proper thermal envelope. The energy...
Insulating an attic is recommended if an overall current degree of insulation is less than the depths shown as follows...
Insulation in an attic space should not be recommended unless ample and enduring ventilation is present or maybe a part...
The infrared (IR) scan is a method to know the type and degree of insulation present in the home. It...
For electrically heated homes, replacement of old thermostats with new, programmable thermostats may lead to enough energy savings. A specific...
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