Multi-Family

Take a look at the services we offer, if you have any questions, please call our office at (208)286-0036.

Energy Modeling
We work closely with you during the beginning stages of the construction process, when it is critical to have your construction documents reviewed.  Building Energy can analyze your building specifications and supply the necessary information for you to make an informed decision about which testing or green verification program makes the most sense for your energy efficient housing projects.

Energy Code Inspections and Testing
As dictated in the 2012 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC), energy code testing is required for all residential construction.  Building Energy staff can perform the necessary duct blast, blower door and air balance tests to keep your project compliant and moving forward.

Green Building Verification
Builders that wish to construct above-code homes can find the resources needed at Building Energy to certify Energy Star, HERS and NAHB Green programs. We provide testing and verification and submit all documentation for utility incentive programs for multi-family housing. We are a national HERS Provider, so there are never any add-on Provider costs.

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We stay informed of national trends and upcoming programs to ensure that our clients have the most current information regarding energy efficient homes. 

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 IECC and also certify ENERGY STAR/Green projects for utility incentive programs and Tax Credits... (read more)

Testimonials

TRM, Eagle, ID
"From my personal experience, anyone building a home or wanting to decrease existing home utility costs should only select Building Energy to audit, oversee and test contractors’ work, and ensure contractors follow specifications. If you are building a new home, make sure your Builder contracts Building Energy as part of the construction process..." (read more)