Energy Audit

An energy audit, also known as an energy assessment, is an important way to determine opportunities to make your home more energy efficient. It may uncover issues that when corrected will reduce your home’s energy needs. Please complete the form below and one of our Comfort Specialist Representatives will make recommendations on how to make your home more energy efficient.

General Information

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Which of these fuels do you use in your home?
ElectricNatural GasPropaneFuel OilWood

Do you own or rent your home?

What year did you move into your home?

What type of home do you have?
Single-family detachedTownhouse/CondominiumApartment/DuplexMobile/ManufacturedHome Other

What is your home's construction type?
Wood FrameSteel FrameOther

Including yourself, how many people live in your home?

Select the statement that best completes this sentence: "Someone is home... "
all of the timemost of the timesome of the timenot at all

What is the heated/cooled square footage of your home?

What year was your home built?

How would you describe your home's foundation?
Slab on gradeEnclosed crawl space (no foundation vents)Open crawl space (has foundation vents)Full basement

On average, at what temperature do you set your thermostat?




What is the level of insulation in your attic?
Poor (0"-3" of insulation)OK (3"-6" of insulation)Fair (6"-9" of insulation)Good (9" of insulation)Excellent (10" of insulation and over)Unknown

Are your walls insulated?

Are your floors insulated?

Windows & Doors

On a windy day, which best describes the amount of air leakage around your windows?
Very draftyModerate air movementNo draft

What is the condition of your door's weatherstripping?

Which one of the following best describes the type of windows in your home?
Single pane - without storm windowsSingle pane - with storm windowsDouble pane - without storm windowsDouble pane - with storm windowsTriple pane - without storm windowsTriple pane - with storm windows

Which one of the following best describes the type of exterior doors in your home?
Hollow woodenSolid woodenInsulated metal

Do you have a storm door?

Ducts & Sealing

What is the condition of your ducts?

(Your ductwork, in the attic, basement,or crawl spaces, is the piping that carries the heated and cooled air from your unit to all of the rooms in your home. The ducts should be covered with insulation, and the joints should be taped.)

Air Conditioning

What is your main source of cooling?
Central electric A/CGeothermal heat pumpAir source heat pumpDual fuel heat pumpElectric window/wall A/CEvaporative coolerCentral gas A/COtherNone

Space Heating

What is your main source of heating?
Gas furnace (forced-air) without a pilot lightGas furnace (forced-air) with a pilot lightGas furnace (hot water) with a pumpGas boilerGas space heater (wall)Gas space heater (floor)Dual fuel heat pumpElectric furnace (forced-air)Geothermal heat pumpAir source heat pumpElectric baseboard or wall unitsCeiling cableElectric thermal storageOtherNone

Do you use a programmable thermostat?