In these rooms, note the types of light bulbs used – traditional or CFL bulbs. CFL bulbs use signifi- cantly less energy, but provide the same amount of light. Most CFLs cannot be used with dimmer switches.

Indicate what types of window coverings are used. Heavier drapes can be used to minimize drafts on windows.

Ceiling fans are an energy-efficient alternative to running the air conditioner. Flooring choices are important because some synthetic material carpets have off-gases that can negatively impact air quality in the home. Hardwood floors are a more eco-friendly option.


  • 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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