RESBlog - Tagged ‘Energy Audit’

National Newspaper Column “The Nation’s Housing” Advocates That Homebuyers of Existing Homes Should Add an Home Energy Rating to Standard Pre-Purchase Inspection.

May 6th, 2012 - Posted by RESNET under RESNET News

The “Nation’s Housing” by Ken Harney is an award winning housing and mortgage lending column that is published by the Washington Post and syndicated to scores of leading newspapers across the nation.  The May 5, 2012 column, “Buyers Should Add an Energy Audit to Pre-Purchase Inspection” explores that potential that home energy ratings can have

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RESNET Teams with TRA Certification International to Provide Home Energy Ratings For Modular Housing

April 24th, 2012 - Posted by RESNET under RESNET News

RESNET and TRA Certification International have teamed up to improve the energy performance of modular homes. TRA Certification International is an international accredited independent Registrar of Quality Systems in the field of systems-built dwellings which includes design review, certification and inspection services.  The company provides these services to hundreds of modular home manufacturers.  These production

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Home Energy Audits

April 13th, 2010 - Posted by RESNET under Energy Auditor Information, Energy Efficiency, Solar Energy

You may be wondering if having a home energy audit is a good idea. Why should you consider it? Except for new homes which have been built to high energy efficient standards, most homes – even brand new ones – are inefficient. The older the home, the more inefficient it is likely to be. As

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