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Congratulations to Matt G.

HERS Rater

Matt G. is a newer addition to the DuctTesters team.  Matt joined DuctTesters with a Physical and Biological Science Degree from the College of the Canyons. While attending College, Matt was a member of the “Hands on Earth Club”  and held a strong passion to learn more about sustainability and energy-efficiency. His ambition to grow and educate himself further led him to DuctTesters. Matt joined the team as a HERS Rater Apprentice and shadowed Certified HERS Raters in the field for a few months learning the ins and outs of compliance, efficiency and quality assurance. This hands-on understanding of the building energy code compliance helped Matt with his training to become an official Certified HERS Rater. Matt recently took the CalCERTS training and certification courses and is an official Certified New Residential Construction and Alterations HERS Rater. We are proud of Matt and his dedication to our company.

Congratulations Matt!

 

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2016 Title 24 Part 6: Building Energy Code Standards (AIA Ventura County)

AIA Ventura County

DuctTesters is proud to be presenting “2016 Energy Code Standards, Are Here, Are You Ready?” at the AIA Ventura County Event on April 12 from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm at the Career Education Center, Conference Room, 465 Horizon Circle, Camarillo, CA 93010.

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 1 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

Hot Water Heaters, Solar, and seeing what energy code points are potentially the most cost effective

You must RSVP to attend this event.  Please visit AIAVC event information:  http://www.aiavc.org/event/aiavc-lunch-learn-2-2017-04-12/

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