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Home Energy Audit Template

A home energy audit checklist is used to assess the energy efficiency of a home based on equipment, appliances, design, and usage. Certified energy auditors can use this checklist to identify opportunities for energy cost reduction and recommend solutions

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Home Energy Audit Template

Equipment & Appliances

Instructions:1. Based on inspection, select whether an equipment or appliance is "efficient" or "inefficient". 2. Include notes to explain your findings and recommendations to improve efficiency and reduce energy costs.Check lighting systems, HVAC Systems, and Electrical Appliances for energy efficiency, and recommend possible improvements to cut energy costs.

Lighting Systems - External

Porch

Garage

Yard

Notes

Lighting Systems - Internal

Living room

Dining room

Kitchen

Basement

Attic

Master bedroom

Master bathroom

Bedroom 2

Bedroom 3

Bathroom

Notes

Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC)

Air conditioner

Furnace

Notes

Electrical Appliances

TV set

Computer CPU

Computer monitor

Ceiling fan

Refrigerator

Microwave

Coffee maker

Toaster

Clothes dryer

Dishwasher

Iron

Vacuum cleaner

Notes

Home Composition

Check for insulation and proper sealing.

Windows

Roofing

Attic

Doors

Walls

Notes

Energy Consumption Habits

Are appliances and equipment turned off and unplugged when not in use?

Are some lights turned off in the daytime to take advantage of natural light?

Are external lights turned off during daylight hours?

Are lights turned off at the end of the day?

Are doors and windows closed when the air conditioner/heater is working?

Is it possible to switch to solar energy?

Notes

Findings and Recommendations

Summary Report

Name and Signature of auditor

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