Consultation and Services for Contractors
We can help with all your Energy Efficiency Requirements.
- Building Design Consulting Services
- Code Compliance Advice and Technical Skills
- Relationships with county and state officials to understand code compliance details
- Duct Testing
- Blower-Door Testing
- Multi-Family Unit Testing to gain access to money from WA State programs
Energy Certifications and Consulting
Assistance with ENERGY STAR, RESNET HERS, EPS, Net Zero, NGBS, WA State Evergreen Sustainable Development Standard, and DOE Builders Challenge.
- NGBS Green Certifications and Consulting
- Energy Code Inspections
- Detailed Inspection Services
- Multi-Family Apartment Tax Credit Assistance. Meet the criteria in order to get state money through the Washington State House Trust Fund
Call us today 360-624-5523 to schedule your duct-test, blower door test, and energy efficiency inspection report.
Build Value for Your Customers
Your customers will:
- Save money on energy costs for years to come
- Have a more comfortable indoor environment with even temperatures from room-to-room
- Contribute to a healthier environment and reduce global warming
- Benefit from healthier indoor air resulting from performance tested duct work and improved ventilation
- Have peace of mind knowing their home has been certified by an independent third party
As a qualified energy consultant, we can advise you on upcoming code changes and provide assistance with code compliance.
There are several important changes in local building codes that you need to be aware of. We can help get you up to speed on the requirements as well as help you get the certifications you need.
Multi-Family Tax Credits for WA State Contractors
Washington’s Evergreen Sustainable Development Standard
The Washington State Department of Community, Trade and Economic Development created the Evergreen Sustainable Development Standard, a set of green building criteria that is required for any affordable housing project applying for state funds through the Washington State Housing Trust Fund. The standard is based on a system that awards points for a variety of sustainable building practices, including site locations and neighborhood planning; water conservation; energy efficiency; the incorporation of renewable technologies; improved indoor-air quality; and environmentally conscious construction practices and building materials.