Thermal scanning pre- and post-installation ensures an accurate work scope is developed and assists with quality control after the job is done. | Photo by Dennis Schroeder, NREL 28597-C

All energy retrofit plans should be based on thorough energy audits that evaluate existing building conditions and opportunities for improved performance consistent with the building owner’s values and objectives; these may include reduced operating costs, improved indoor air quality, or other operational and tenant quality of life goals. Once a scope of work is agreed upon, the project should not be deemed complete until a final inspection verifies materials and equipment were installed correctly and completely to meet the desired outcomes.
Weatherization’s network of state and local auditors and quality control inspectors is highly trained and experienced.  These professionals can help your project meets its goals and are ready to assist you.  Find a certified and capable professional near you.

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