The Energy Pyramid for Building Projects

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#1 REVIEW YOUR PLANS AND PHOTOS OF YOUR PROJECT
#2 DISCUSS YOUR COMFORT ENERGY CONCERNS
#3 START WITH A BLOWER DOOR TEST!
#4 MEASURE BUILDING FOR MANUAL "J" DATA
#5 WALK THROUGH NOTES AND INSPECTION
#6 HEATING PLANT AND OTHER OPTIONS
#7 HEAT DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM AND CONTROLS
#8 LET OUR ENERGY STAFF FIND COST EFFECTIVE SOLUTIONS
#9 FIND SAVINGS, REBATES, LOANS, AND TAX CREDITS
#10 LET'S GET STARTED ON YOUR ENERGY REDUCTION PROJECT
#11 FOLLOW UP WITH SITE VISIT AND VERIFICATION DETAILS
#12 PROJECT SIGN OFF AND HOME OWNER INFORMATION

MOST IMPORTANT ITEMS
When you shop for an audit, shop for quality information not price rebates, loans, tax credits change over time -- an auditor helps keep track building materials, codes, and technology changes as well - stay up to date.  Energy Saving and Auditing also assists you in locating vendors, banks, and current help programs to move your project along.  Ask us about the PACE program when you call for your energy audit.

 
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