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A Customer's Energy Audit Experience


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By Pat Mertz Esswein

About one-third of the $2,000 that a typical U.S. household spends each year on energy goes toward heating and cooling the great outdoors. And as the price of fuel climbs, that wasted energy takes a bigger bite of your budget.

This winter, the Department of Energy forecasts, the cost of natural gas will increase by some 18% compared with last year, and residential heating oil (most commonly used in the Northeast) will rise by 23%. Electricity rates will rise 10%.

One easy way to keep utility bills in check is to do a home-energy audit. Although an audit's scope depends on the age, size and design of the house,

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