How can we improve your energy efficiency?
A professional Energy Auditor can use a variety of techniques and equipment to determine the energy efficiency of your home.
A home energy audit is often the first step in making your home more efficient. An audit can help you assess how much energy your home uses and evaluate what measures you can take to improve efficiency.
An energy and sustainability consultant is the smart way to lower electric bills, make buildings more efficient and improve the environmental conditions that are crucial in today’s business world.
The incorporation and quantitative performance testing of a continuous air barrier or wind wash barrier is becoming a recognized necessity in the construction of buildings and in some cases a requirement of new or retrofit building construction.
Building Air Leakage Testing identifies air infiltration and exhilaration amounts in your building envelope and Air Duct Leakage testing measures the amount of conditioned air leaking from your duct work.
By conducting a site survey, the details of installing and using solar energy can be considered before you make a purchasing decision. This ensures that any system you consider will be optimal for your location and budget.
Developed by the United States Green Building Council LEED provides building owners and operators a concise framework for identifying and implementing practical and measurable green building design, construction, operations and maintenance solutions.
A quality-oriented process for achieving, verifying, and documenting that the performance of facilities, systems, and assemblies meets defined objectives and criteria.
Thorough audits often use equipment such as blower doors, which measure the extent of leaks in the building envelope, and infrared cameras, which reveal hard-to-detect areas of air infiltration and missing insulation.
Deep energy retrofits achieve household energy up to 90% by addressing all (or nearly all) energy loads — space conditioning, hot water, lighting, appliances, and plug loads — and sometimes even transportation.
EEMs give borrowers the opportunity to finance cost-effective, energy-saving measures as part of a single mortgage and stretch debt-to-income qualifying ratios on loans thereby allowing borrowers to qualify for a larger loan amount.