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According to RESNET, as they interviewed builders for their HERS-spotlight each month, they found that featuring the use of the HERS Index Score by comparing it to a car’s MPG, helped consumers better understand the energy costs of a home. This allows the home buyer...
Interpretations No. 301-2014-018 and No. 301-2019-002 Ventilation Run Time go into effect on May 10, 2020 The interpretations state: Where Dwelling-Unit Mechanical Ventilation Systems are specified but at the time of rater inspection lack controls to provide...
A new study conducted by Freddie Mac found that homes that were HERS rated sold on an average 2.7% more than comparable unrated homes. In addition, homes that received lower HERS Index Scores sold for 3 – 5% more than homes with higher HERS Index Scores. The study...
Interpretation MINHERS 2019-004 Conflicts of Standard 301 with RESNET Standards of Practice: The Interpretation Request (IR) sought clarification of whether Standard ANSI/RESNET/ICC 301-xxxx supersedes the RESNET Standards of Practice when statements or...
The amount of money a home owner spends on utility costs to operate their house can have a significant impact on their monthly budgets. Having a Home Energy Rating done on the home can help home owners figure out how efficient their homes are, and prepare for higher...
We want to make it easy for you to support us. Our team created a simple infograph explaining how iGive works to help! iGive is an inbetween organization working with online stores to help them donate to different non-profit organzations like Utah Energy...
Lunch and Learn
Commercial IECC COMcheck Review – Envelopes, Mechanical, Lighting
Offered to builders, developers, building officials, architects, engineers, HVAC professionals and all subcontractors working in Utah’s building industry interested in learning more about the requirements of Utah’s International Energy Conservation Code (IECC 2015) for residential new construction projects.
Presentation by Brent Ursenbach
Building Codes Expert WC-3
Greenbuild 2019 will take place in Atlanta, Georgia. Greenbuild offers a forum for the green building community to unite, change lives, revolutionize business and address pressing issues. Attend Greenbuild to hear from leaders on their vision about the future of green building, learn about current research and best practices, connect with sustainability experts, and see innovative technologies and products to take your projects to the next level. More Details
The RESNET Building Performance Conference provides a diverse and dynamic venue where you can obtain usable solutions in an evolving industry. Get up to date on strategic solutions for you and your business, network with like-minded professionals, and take home fresh information and for the home performance industry. More Details