Someone has posted advice on the LEEDuser forum that I believe to be incorrect. What should I do?
Many situations encountered in pursuing LEED projects are complicated, and it’s not unusual to have differing opinions on how to interpret a requirement in a particular situation. Often through back-and-forth comments by experienced LEED professionals everyone gains a better understanding of the requirements and the situation.
If you disagree with a comment, we encourage you to reply via the forum with a polite rebuttal, backing up your argument with authoritative sources if you can. The person who posted the comment is most likely subscribed to that forum so she or he will receive you comment via email and may choose to respond back to you. If you are concerned that a forum discussion is particularly misleading, in need of authoritative clarification, or is otherwise in appropriate, please contact the LEEDuser moderators.
- There are many opinions posted on the LEEDuser forums, sometimes by USGBC and GBCI staff. Can I reference these posts in my official LEED submissions?
- Do I have to pay to ask a question on the LEEDuser forums?
- If the LEEDuser forum is not an authoritative source for answers to my unique project questions, where should I turn?
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