It is an exciting time for DuctTesters as we continue to grow as a company and within the industry. We strive to continually improve upon our innovation, adaptability and responsiveness to our clients and subcontractor partners. We hold a strong team of nearly 50 team members covering the entire state of California and select outlying areas. We would like to extend a warm welcome to our newest team member, Kim Herrera. Kim joins DuctTesters with over 17 years of experience in the Southern and Northern California regions of the building industry. Prior to joining DuctTesters, she worked for Gouvis Engineering as their Sales and Marketing Manager, developing new business as well as supporting existing accounts. She also worked for ConSol as a Regional Sales Manager. She has used her experience and her hard-working attitude to promote Energy Consulting Services to increasingly drive sales year after year. Kim is also heavily involved with the Bay Area and Orange County Building Industry Association (BIA), and recently held a spot on the 55+ Housing Council’s Board of Directors.
DuctTesters feels Kim joining the team, will enhance our success as we continue to conduct “QUALITY ENERGY CONSULTING WITH THE TESTING TO PROVE IT.”
DuctTesters is proud to be presenting “New Energy Code Standards Are Here, Are You Ready?” at the AIA Orange County Event on March 21 from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm at the AIAOC Office (4100 Birch Street, Suite 300, Newport Beach,, CA 92660). Course Summary: Discussing the new Energy Code Standards including: Mandatory, Performance, and Prescriptive Measures, Time Dependent Valuation (TDV), High Efficacy Lighting, High Performance Walls (HPW), High Performance Attics (HPA), PV/Solar Credit, Hot Water Heater Changes, Basic Understanding of some of the Energy Points/Costs, etc. Attendees who are current AIA Members can receive AIA CEC for attending this event.
Learning Objectives Attendees will discuss and learn:
1. The difference between Mandatory, Prescriptive and Performance Methods
2. What is new in the 2016 Energy Code
3. High-Performance Attics and High-Performance Walls
4. Hot Water Heaters, Solar, and seeing what energy code points are potentially the most cost effective
Find out more: http://aiaorangecounty.org/event/energy-code-update/