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Home Performance Audits

GBCI: 0090006517

This webinar will reveal the value in conducting a home performance audit. We will discuss the components of a comprehensive audit and the valuable information that is discovered through the key performance tests, inspections and analysis.
Eligible for 1.5 CE HOURS.
  • 1.5 CE

  • LU/HSW

LEED version: v2009

Published on: December 19, 2013

Average: 4 (6 votes)
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This presentation will reveal the value in conducting a home performance audit. We will discuss the components of a comprehensive audit and the valuable information that is discovered through the key performance tests, inspections and analysis.

Home performance audits are key to assessing a home's current performance and identifying the source of inefficiencies, durability issues and any hazards. Upfront performance tests, inspections and analysis allow you to get the facts! Having the facts empowers homeowners and remodel professionals to make meaningful and successful improvements.

Join us as we discuss the key components and value of home performance audits. This presentation is a valuable educational opportunity for remodeling professionals, homeowners, policy makers and anyone else involved in retrofitting our existing housing stock.

Objectives

  1. Review the importance and value of a home performance audit
  2. Identify key tests, inspections, and the analysis necessary to conduct a home performance audit
  3. Understand the systems approach to home buildings
  4. Prepare you for further understanding and exploration of REGREEN
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U.S. Green Building Council
Washington, DC
United States

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Electrical Controls Engineer 3, AECOM
5

I enjoyed the presentation. I opened the pdf of the outline and opened the quiz in another window and scored 100% on the quiz which was nice feedback. I just purchased a 1980's home rife with opportunities to watch my electric bill drop. I am looking forward to implementing the suggestions outlined, contacting FPL (my electrical utility) and improving the insulation, changing out a couple of poor windows and upgrading my appliances over the next 5 years to achieve return on investment while improving air quality and comfort level, using less energy and saving money.

Vice President, Fillmore Construction Management Inc.
2

this is not an intermediate course, for anyone in the construction industry this is a beginner course. the course was fine but the test was brutally made, full of double negatives and grammar issues. questions 7 is supposed to discuss air escape but instead indicates insulation escaping from the building which doesn't even make sense. this test needs to be rewritten to reduce these issues.

Project Manager, Education Platforms, U.S. Green Building Council

Hi Chris,

Thanks for your feedback. We have adjusted the course level and the quiz in order to improve the course!

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