Do you need an 2012 IECC building envelope blower door air leakage test on your small commercial building in Colorado? Our team of expert building analysts and Commercial Energy Managers have experience testing to ASTM, Army Corps of Engineers, and other blower door testing standards using multiple blower door fans. If your building is under construction, we recommend having your architect define the pressure boundary on the plans. The next step is having us perform a Building Pressure Boundary Inspection before insulation is installed. This will help to ensure your building is comfortable for the occupants and will be able to meet the air-tightness standards mentioned above.
Is your facility using too much energy? Do your tenants complain about hot or cold spots in your office or residential building? Is your mechanical equipment nearing the end of its life cycle?
Our Certified Energy Manager can help by offering ASHRAE Level 1, 2, and 3 audits as well as air leakage testing. Project management services are available for improvements once your needs are identified.
Does your organization treat utility bills as a fixed cost? With a proper commercial energy audit for your building, we can help you to reduce your energy bills and improve the productivity of your building’s occupants.
If you are leasing your building, fixing the underlying issues behind comfort problems and high utility bills can increase occupancy rates and profit margins, and can reduce the amount of time you spend dealing with tenant complaints about these issues. We will conduct an assessment of your facility, advise you on the best options for improvement, and recommend a trusted contractor to complete the work.
Give us a call today for a free consultation. (303) 868-6653.
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