Auditing is always important in every process or system. For instance, you may think that the lighting system in your home, office or commercial property is working well, but a lighting auditor may tell you something different. That is why regular lighting audits are needed. The first goal of the audit is to determine the amount of electrical energy that goes towards lighting the office or home. The auditor can tell you whether or not the consumption is above the recommended standards or not. Secondly, the audit will tell you whether or not the light produced by your lighting system is good for your eyes. The audit will also reveal whether or not the light produced is sufficient.
After the lighting audit, the auditor will make recommendations. If implemented, the recommendations will go a long way in ensuring your home has an efficient lighting system that produces enough light to light up your home effectively.