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RESNET HERS Raters must comply with the new RESNET Combustion Appliance Safety Testing protocols outlined in Chapter 8 of RESNET Standards. Combustion Safety Testing is a requirement for homes with gas appliances participating in the EnergyStar program.
A one-day class and lab covering the basic principles of air leakage with an introduction to tools and materials used in attic preparation.
This is a one-day introduction to the infrared camera and its basic usage.
Blower door taken to the next level. Methods for predicting potential for air leakage reduction in floors, walls and ceilings adjacent to buffer zones. These methods can help determine whether air-sealing work is needed or completed.
This is a half-day presentation is to inform about target density and filling techniques using dense-pack insulation.
Understand the requirements of the HVAC QI Technician Checklist for EnergyStar V3 and how to complete in the most efficient way.
Learn about the contributing factors and approaches to avoiding moisture problems.
A two-day training offering green building techniques appropriate for Florida homes. Individuals who complete this course and associated exams may become an accredited FGBC Certifying Agent provided they meet the eligibility requirements.
This class is offered to prepare the student to become a Rating Field Inspector.
From the WAPTAC Standardized curricula and based on the NREL / U.S. DOE Job Task Analysis, this two-week lecture-lab provides the student with an in-depth understanding of the auditing process and treating the house as a system.
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