If you have a home in the state of California, then you may understand that you need to comply with Title 24 regulations in terms of energy efficiency. And, you can speak to a contractor or an energy expert about this. This sort of professional can and will work with you to draft an energy report and this report has 12 different parts to it. Keep reading to learn about a few of the lesser known ones.


While the majority of the parts of the energy report have to do with energy efficiency specifically, the comfort part of the report highlights how inefficiencies in the home may make you feel uncomfortable. For example, an energy-efficient home is one that is less drafty, insulated against temperature extremes, and sustains an appropriate temperature without the need for excessive use of AC and heating systems. 

When comfort is considered, a professional will look at the size of HVAC systems and determine whether they are sized correctly for your home. Then you will be asked about whether or not you feel comfortable in your house when the systems are in use. You may be asked about your heating and cooling bills to see how your energy usage relates to your comfort.

Comfort assessments will often involve the inspection of the home to see if new windows, a new roof, siding, or insulation have been added recently. Also, leaks within the ductwork may be investigated since all of these things can influence whether or not you feel comfortable in your home.


California is a vast state that is interspersed with large pieces of farmland and expansive cities. This means that there are likely a wide variety of different environments within the state that can affect energy efficiency and how you perceive your surroundings. Perceptions in the way that energy is conserved around you can not only affect how you feel about your home, but how well your house is actually able to retain its energy efficiency.

There are many factors that are considered when the environment part of the report is drafted. The pollution that is present directly outside your home is one thing that is investigated. This includes air pollution as well as toxic and chemical spills in the region. Also, the natural environment and how things like erosion, habitat destruction, and other factors will be considered.

If you are interested in having a Title 24 report completed on your home, then you should know that there are a wide variety of different sections that are completed on the assessment. Ask an energy professional about this.