APT Reports: NEW Home Performance Reporting Software Delivers for Pros

CHICAGO, Aug. 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- From the author of this spring's critically acclaimed Home Performance Diagnostics: the Guide to Advanced Testing comes another first for the building industry: a modular, fully customizable, and affordable home performance reporting software tool called APT Reports. This company has always stood behind their products and trainings with a money-back guarantee, so this new energy auditing software is worth investigating.

After handcrafting hundreds of reports for home performance analysis, Corbett Lunsford developed a system to greatly improve his own business efficiency and workflow, and his company is now making it publicly available. In the comparatively young industry of home performance contracting, profit margins are critical and time is money. With APT Reports, home performance professionals can provide their clients with high quality reports including: Air Leakage and Pressure Testing, Combustion and HVAC Analysis, Utility Bill Analysis, and Opportunities for Improvement.

APT Reports is automated with BPI (Building Performance Institute) and RESNET (Residential Energy Services Network) National Standards to reduce reporting workloads up to 75%. APT Reports is designed to break down complex home performance diagnostic data into clear and comprehensible findings for the client. Lunsford and his team at the Building Performance Workshop are serious about supporting building industry specialists, so every purchase includes over 2 hours of self-paced online training for the software tool. These first ten days of the software's launch include massive discounts and bonuses -- so act fast, these specials end on Wednesday, August 22nd.

To download APT reports, visit:
http://buildingperformanceworkshop.com/apt

For a 30-minute demonstration of APT Reports, visit:
https://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/271639719

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