Basement

Basement

The basement, especially in older homes, can be a serious source of energy loss. Typically in older homes, basements are not insulated to the same extent that the upper floors of a home are, or could be completely uninsulated. The basement of a home includes the crawlspaces, insulation and finishing elements, as well as the hot water tank.

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Checklist

  • Building Envelope
  • Bedrooms/Home Office
  • Washrooms
  • Kitchen
  • Laundry Room
  • Basement
  • Heating and Cooling
  • Exterior

Important Component

  • Description of the area of the home and a breakdown of the Checklist section that deals with that area.
  • Tips that you can easily implement for little or no cost to improve comfort and energy efficiency in your home.
  • Upgrade Opportunities that address home improvements that take a greater commitment, either of time or money, and could significantly improve a home’s comfort and energy efficiency. These can be done by a homeowner who has skills in this area or a professional.

Our Energy Conservation consulting services are structured to address a individual’s end-to-end needs

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