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Weatherization Assistant Support Material


Click on the links below to obtain support material pertinent to the Weatherization Assistant:

Billing Adjustment Feature  – Guidelines on how to use the billing adjustment feature provided in NEAT and MHEA to tailor the list of recommended weatherization measures based on the actual energy use of the house.


Equipment Efficiencies
 – Tables to estimate the efficiency of space-heating and cooling equipment based on the date the equipment was manufactured.

Fuel Conversions
– Instructions on how to convert the cost for natural gas in units of $/MBtu, $/therm, or $/ccf into units of $/Mcf as needed in the Setup Library, and how to convert energy use of natural gas, propane, kerosene, and fuel oil into therms as needed on the Utility Bills tab of NEAT and MHEA.

MHEA Data Collection Form – Alternative energy audit assessment form to the form provided in MHEA that was developed by Rick Lucas, Texas.

NEAT Data Collection Form – Alternative energy energy audit assessment form to the form provided in NEAT that was developed by Rick Lucas, Texas.

NEAT and MHEA Audit Data Collection – Alternative energy audit assessment form to the forms provided in NEAT and MHEA that was developed by Rick Lucas, Texas.

United Inch Best Practices Calculator – Converts NEAT’s setup square foot costs for windows to contractor's united inch cost.

Window Leakiness
 – Guidelines on how to determine the degree of leakiness associated with windows based on the type of window. The degree of leakiness must be input on all windows in the "Leakiness" field found under the Windows tab of NEAT and MHEA.

NOTE:
These publications are available for downloading in the Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) which allows the document to be downloaded, viewed, and printed with all of its original formatting and graphics. To view files in this format, you must first download a copy of the Adobe Acrobat Reader and follow the instructions for installation. PDF files are large and may exceed the buffer limit of some personal or office printers. If you encounter errors printing full PDF documents, try printing the files one or several pages at a time.



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