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Upcoming webinar: Understanding the new 2016 Title-24 Residential Energy Code

Friday, February 17th, 2017

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“That was one of the best webinars I’ve ever attended.  Clear, concise, linear, well moderated, and presented.  You’ve got my recommendation if you ever need it.”

“I just wanted to let you know that I thought the presentation yesterday was excellent!  You presented the material in an engaging fashion, and the information was easy to comprehend.”

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“Your webinar was extremely well done.  Please put me on your mailing list for future events.  I have recommended to my GC and his electrician that they should attend next month.”

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The new 2016 Title-24 Building Efficiency Standards take effect January 1, 2017.  These changes will have a significant impact on building design and construction.

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The new webinar will discuss the major changes to the new energy code and demonstrate compliance strategies that allow you to bring your project into compliance with the new code cost effectively and with more allowable glass area than you would think possible.

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This new webinar class will address the big questions from architects, builders, developers, and homeowners:

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How can we cost-effectively comply with the new Title-24 requirements?

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What forms are we responsible for?

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What HERS third party inspections are required and what forms/paperwork are required for these inspections?

This class will examine new Title-24 compliance strategies and options can provide essential leverage tools to allow even problem projects to comply with the new much tougher Title-24 energy code and avoid common mistakes that can jeopardize compliance and final inspections.

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Feedback from those who have attended our webinars

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Webinar date:

Friday, March 17th,  2017

9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

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Who should attend:

Architects, designers, contractors, LEED AP’s

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Cost:  $65.00

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We are now certified thru CalCerts and CHEERS as 2016 HERS raters

Monday, January 9th, 2017

 

We are now certified CalCerts 2016 HERS raters in the following categories:

New Homes (Duct testing, QII/Thermal Bypass, Cooling Coil Airflow, Fan Watt Draw, Refrigerant Charge)

Alterations to Existing Homes (Duct testing, QII/Thermal Bypass, Cooling Coil Airflow, Fan Watt Draw, Refrigerant Charge)

Photovoltaic/Solar

 

Any questions please call Mark Madison at Energy Code Works (949) 240-1867