We have a fairly small brick ranch house and a decent sized stove. The heating could be better though. I think we have some insulation deficiencies and possibly a few other issues. When we moved in we used oil heat but the furnace croaked so we went to heat pump/AC installed in attic and added woodstove too. The whole way the house works has changed now, as the underside/crawl space of the foundation and the utility basement no longer have heat in them, and there's no insulation under the floor. We have some insulation in the attic, but got a new roof and I don't think the insulation up there is great either. So I just wondered if it would be worth it to have some kind of energy assessment this year to see if we could get some improvement in our heating/cooling efficiencies. Any of you ever try that?