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Are you interested in making energy-efficiency upgrades and improvements to your home? A home energy audit may provide you with a list of cost-effective measures to help guide you.

Professional energy assessments normally include a blower door test and a thermographic scan. Energy auditors may use equipment to detect sources of energy loss, such as blower doors, infrared cameras, furnace efficiency meters, and surface thermometers.

Notice

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources is holding a public meeting to discuss an anticipated proposed rulemaking related to home energy auditor certification. The main purpose of the proposed rulemaking will be to codify the department’s process for certifying qualified home energy auditors under section 640.153, RSMo. You can follow the link below for more information.