ENERGY CODE COMPLIANCE
Although the energy code has been around for many years, a number of organizations continue to find it difficult to meet or exceed the state and local energy code without exceeding their budget. Energy efficiency is important, and required, but it can also be costly in the short-term. To remain competitive in the marketplace, builders and developers must minimize their costs.
Additionally, an energy code compliance report and inspections are required for verification. Many jurisdictions require proof of compliance before they will issue a certificate of occupancy. Furthermore, the inspections are often required to be performed by a code certified inspector.
What is the International Energy Conservation Code?
The International Energy Conservation Code describes the provisions for designing and constructing energy efficient facilities through envelope design, mechanical systems, lighting systems, and the use of new materials and techniques.
What are the key benefits?
Energy-efficient buildings improve the lives of Americans by saving consumers money, lessening our demand for fossil fuels, decreasing the need for new power generation, and reducing environmental emissions.
Why Choose Bureau Veritas?
Our highly qualified team of experts has extensive experience providing energy compliance services to private organizations throughout the United States on all building types and occupancies.
Knowledge and Active Participation
In addition to being certified by the International Code Council, Bureau Veritas team members actively participate in code hearings, adoptions, and legislative changes on local and national levels. Our active involvement ensures our clients’ projects are designed and constructed to the most recent code adoptions.
At Bureau Veritas, our #1 goal is to meet and exceed the service levels required from our clients. Our commitment is to provide staff continuity, close communication, immediate accessibility to staff & information, implementation of best practices, and proactively solve issues not clearly identified in the regulations and standards.
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
What is required to obtain an Energy Inspection?
The inspector will need a copy of the ResCheck report for residential projects, or ComCheck for commercial projects. He will verify construction meets or exceeds the details listed in the report, like the type and placement of the insulation.
How many inspections are required?
The inspector will need to perform an inspection at two different stages of construction, after insulation (prior to covering), and at the final building stage.
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