Whole House Assessment: The Home Energy Audit Explained
Measured Home Performance is different from other approaches to saving energy and making money in the home improvement industry. The principal difference is the measured results of home performance contracting, as opposed to the hoped-for benefits offered by other contracting services.
The measured home performance process begins with a thorough examination of the home using diagnostic test equipment to measure the current performance of the home and its mechanical systems with the goal of obtaining all the information needed to present a proposal, which will save energy and meet the other needs of the homeowner.
A clear understanding of how a home is performing takes much more than just a clipboard and a stroll around the house. In this session we will go through the process, exploration, and testing necessary to perform a comprehensive Home Energy Audit.
Attendees will have an outline for a comprehensive Whole House Energy Audit
Participants will leave this session with the ability to perform a utility bill disaggregation
An introduction to the diagnostic test equipment and the performance testing of a home and it’s mechanical systems
Be given a sense of the structure of an effective proposal and work scope developed from the information and data gathered throughout the Home Energy Audit