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Learn more about home energy audits, infrared diagnostic testing, home performance, the economics of energy efficiency vs. renewables, and other essential information to start making your house more comfortable (and more affordable) today:


 learn_air-sealing-exterior-horizontal-220x146 Can a Home Be Too Tight?

One of the most common myths among owners of aging homes is that it’s a good thing for their homes to be leaky. Check out this article to get the scoop on the relationship between air sealing, energy efficiency, and proper ventilation.

 learn_infrared-house-horizontal-220x165 What is Infrared Diagnostic Testing?

One of the essential (and coolest) components of a basic home energy audit is infrared diagnostics. Check here to learn what it’s all about.

 learn_exterior-insulation-with-staging-horizontal-220x146 What is Home Performance?

Home Performance is one of the crucial new terms in building science and home energy efficiency, but one that hasn’t yet broken into the mainstream. Learn more here.

 learn_rim-joist-sealing-horizontal-220x148 The Importance of Air Sealing.

Air sealing is perhaps the most important step you can take in increasing the energy efficiency of your home. Find out why.

 learn_window-label-horizontal-220x146 The Economics of Energy Efficiency and Renewables.

When most people think home energy, they think two things: energy efficiency, and renewable energy. Start here to learn more about the economics of your options.

Multi-Family Testing

Building Energy has the staff, equipment and experience to test and verify Multi-Family projects. We provide independent energy code testing as required by the 2009 IECC and also certify ENERGY STAR/Green projects for utility incentive programs and Tax Credits... (read more)

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