Energy Auditing ServicesThe vast majority of existing buildings are not nearly as energy efficient as they could be. This suppresses property values and increases operating costs. Our engineers perform energy audits to determine what cost- effective opportunities are available to increase the energy efficiency of buildings. We have qualified, BPI-certified engineers, as required by many state and federal programs, who perform energy audits for multifamily buildings.

We conduct energy audits using ASHRAE or BPI standards to identify avenues for conserving energy while maintaining or improving building performance relative to temperature, lighting, humidity, air quality, etc. We identify specific energy-saving measures and develop recommendations for making energy-efficiency improvements. We also implement any or all of the energy-saving measures identified in the energy audit; assess whether building systems are working as designed, and measure the results of investments made. We thrive on the challenge of making an existing building more energy efficient, more comfortable for its occupants, and more cost effective to own and operate.


5 Steps to Energy Savings:

1. Benchmark to understand your building’s energy use and compare to like buildings
2. Set goals & analyze results and develop an energy savings plan
3. Conduct Energy Audit to identify specific energy saving opportunities
4. Implement Energy Conservation Measures
5. Measure your savings

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