Just figured I would introduce myself - Max with Caron Electric. I am the service manager working with Caron Electric out of Burlington, MA. Wishing all the members here the best.

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Q.I.V. testing - that is something we are trying to get more involved with here in MA.
Welcome Max. What's Quality Installation Verification (QIV) testing involve? Is that primarily for AC fans and ductwork?


Tom White said:
Welcome Max. What's Quality Installation Verification (QIV) testing involve? Is that primarily for AC fans and ductwork?

Yes, mainly A/C and ductwork. Here is a quick overview: http://www.masssave.org/professionals/coolsmart/~/media/Files/Profe...
I am a HERS Rater, located in suburban Wichita, KS. New to the field, trying to learn everything that I can about Ratings and Audits. I am on the list of Kansas Energy Auditors with the KS Energy Office. Most of my work has been existing homes, as I try to break into the new construction market with builders, and the Mortgage Market with EIMs.
Hello All!
Mark Richardson, a BPI Certified BA and Envelope Professional, formerly WAP Director, now teamed up with Kaaterskill Associates in Cairo, NY.
Expanding our existing Environmental Engineering Services to include HP, Energy Efficiency, and Renewable Energy.
Looking forward to using this excellent resource!
Welcome John and Mark
Is there a jobs board anywhere as part of this? We are hiring and looking for good candidates! I'm Kathy Greely with Performance Systems Development in western PA.
Hello all! I am a Certified HERS Rater and BPI Building Analyst here in the northern suburbs of Atlanta. I look forward to sharing and learning with all of you.


Kathleen Greely said:
Is there a jobs board anywhere as part of this? We are hiring and looking for good candidates! I'm Kathy Greely with Performance Systems Development in western PA.

Start one up :)

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