|* "Other" includes small electronic devices, heating elements, |
motors, swimming pool and hot tub heaters, outdoor grills,
and natural gas outdoor lighting.
An energy survey is a visual inspection without any diagnostic testing and can take about an hour. Your local utility company can usually provide you with a list of registered contractors in your area who are qualified to conduct the survey. During the survey, the contractor will inspect the walls, windows, doors, insulation, ductwork, heating and cooling systems, appliances, lighting, and comfort and health issues, as well as reviewing utility bills. The report will provide the homeowner with suggestions for improving energy efficiency, including low-cost or DIY items, any applicable rebates or incentives, cost estimates, and any recommendations for more detailed evaluation.
|Thermographic scanning uses infrared technology to identify|
building envelope defects.
Source: National Renewable Energy Lab
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