Acquiring Images & Pics for Website and Sales Literature

I am starting a new business as an independent auditor. Among the many tasks to be done are a website, sales literature and promotional items.

 

I see this site has a number of photos, but does anyone have links to other sites with more diagrams and photos that are available for use? 

 

Thank you.

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Always best to ask permission first before usage.

You can try waptac.org. The site is run by NASCSP for Weatherization professionals.

Good luck on your start up.

 

Bruce,

If you need any air leakage related materials let me know, I'd be happy to set you up.

Silvie-

 

It would be great to have those things. The thumbnail pic on my screen is small, but it looks like you are demonstrating a Retrotec duct blaster. I have a Retrotec door. The Blaster is on "the list".

 

I am looking for images of a blower door, quality diagrams (like for a PP presentation) that show how leakage works in a house, air sealing techniques, etc. 

 

Also IR images.

 

Anything you have would be greatly appreciated. 

 

Bruce

 

 

Bruce,

 

My email address is below, send me your contact details and I'll email those over for you.

 

silvie@retrotec.com

Hi Bruce,

 

I work for Energy Circle PRO.  We offer a web and marketing platform designed specifically for independent home performance pros (i.e. auditors, raters and home performance contractors.  In addition to a custom website, the platform comes with a content library stocked with industry-specific copy, images, videos and infographics.  Both web and traditional marketing tools are integrated.  I am happy to show you around the platform and/or set you up with a web strategy consultation. You can check us out at www.energycircle.com/pro.  Let me know if you're interested . . . (207) 847-3644.  

Best of luck,

Johnny

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