Looking to subcontract Energy Audit's Seattle/Eastside (Manual J, Electrical Loads, Insulation etc)..Ongoing!

Hello all, I am looking for a third party to conduct load calculations for homes and small businesses in and around the Seattle/East-side area. Terralogic Energy Management provides energy saving solutions via:

  • Geothermal Energy
  • Building Automation
  • Heat Recovery
  • Additional property upgrades (IE: additional attic insulation).
Ideally i am looking to build an ongoing working relationship with a person or company, that is competent with "Wrightsoft" or "Elite" manual J load calc software. I need accurate load calculations for geothermal sizing, advantages & ROI for building automation (Heating, Light & Plug Loads) and "low hanging fruit" upgrades such as energy efficient light bulbs, additional attic insulation, draft proofing etc. Sending information electronically outside of the Seattle may be a posibility as i am competent at accurately determining the "as built" conditions of buildings. Thanks.

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