What an energy auditor looks for 
 
  • The overall condition of the building to seal the inside environment from the outside environment 
  • Your past energy usage for heating, cooling, and daily operation as well as other utility data
  • The age and efficiency of the equipment in the building
  • A review of your real operating conditions, schedules, equipment utilization, and employee habits and practices
  • The understanding of the building when the weather changes
  • The performance and efficiency of the heating and cooling systems
  • The estimation of energy saving potential to provide you payback figures
  • Identify major energy wasters and energy wasters with a quick payback potential if corrected
  • Prioritize safety concerns
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