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Unformatted text preview: Jake Terefenko EPT Energy Audit House Measurements: Single pane: 13 windows @ 2 ½ x 3 ½ = 113.75sq.ft. Double pane: 6 windows @ 2 ½ x 3 ½ = 52.5 sq.ft. Exterior door: 2 doors @ 7 x 3 = 21 sq.ft. Total square footage of doors and windows: 187.25 sq.ft. Ceiling area: 15 x 32 = 480 sq.ft. Floor area: 25 x 32 = 800 sq.ft. Wall area: 25 x 32 = 800 sq.ft. Wall area minus doors and windows: 800-197.25 = 612.75 sq.ft. Heated area: 25x32x8 = 6400 +15x32x8 = 3840 10240 sq.ft. Winter Heating: Month Amount Paid October $40 November $50 December $65 January $75 February $70 March $65 April $60 Total $425 Infiltration: After Retrofits: Areas Condition Windows 13 Good 1 Doors 2 Good 1 Walls 13 spots Fair 2 around windows Average: 1.33 With the high cost of retrofitting an older home to improve the amount of heat loss due to infiltration and conduction, you should ask yourself questions like is it worth it, and how long until it pays for itself? Through this energy audit it is possible to answer it, and how long until it pays for itself?...
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This essay was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course HIST 313 taught by Professor Markaloisio during the Spring '08 term at Millersville.

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