Energy Upgrade California

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Energy Upgrade California

This is a group for contractors and other pros participating in the Energy Upgrade California energy efficiency program launched 3/1/11.

Website: http://energyupgradeca.org
Location: California
Members: 51
Latest Activity: Jan 16

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Comment by Jennifer Rupnow on September 13, 2011 at 7:27am

HOMEOWNER WORKSHOP IN HALF MOON BAY

September 14th, 7 pm

Half Moon Bay Library
620 Correas Street
Half Moon Bay, CA 94019

 

 

 

Homeowners:  Learn How to Make Your Home More Energy Efficient


Contractors:  Network with interested homeowners


Under the Energy Upgrade California program, up to $4000 in rebates are available to make your home more comfortable, healthy, and energy efficient!


At the event:

  • Learn about Energy Upgrade California from program & utility staff
  • Learn about Home Performance from a Participating Contractor
  • Learn from a local homeowner how their energy upgrade helped to:
    • improve comfort in their home
    • lower their utility bills
    • protect the environment by saving energy

 REGISTER NOW

Comment by Daryl Sweeney on August 19, 2011 at 9:49am
Thank You Jennifer
Comment by Jennifer Rupnow on August 19, 2011 at 9:46am

Hi Daryl,

Welcome to the group!  You can start by going to the www.energyupgradeca.org website and shooting an email to various participating contractors.  Another option is to work with a general contractor;  with you on staff as BPI, that GC can then apply to be on the web portal as a participating contractor.

Comment by Daryl Sweeney on August 19, 2011 at 9:20am

Hello All

I recently received my BPI Building Analyst certification and I am interested in working for a participating contractor in Energy Upgrade California.  I live in Carson, CA

Daryl

darylsween@aol.com

Comment by Jennifer Rupnow on July 25, 2011 at 10:45am

EGIA Leadership Academy

How to Win the Job Without Leaving Your Profits on the Table, a Re-Visit of our June 2nd Webinar

Thursday, August 4, 2011 11:00am-12:30pm Pacific (2:00-3:30pm Eastern)


*This is a re-visit of our June 2nd Webinar, which had some technical issues.


Learn about the importance of cost estimating and kitchen table sale close strategies. You will leave this session with an improved understanding of contracting business management and the practical knowledge to improve your company's profitability.


Perhaps the three most important systems in your business for generating cash flow are; marketing, estimating and sales. Without marketing a terrible thing happens: no sales. Without sales a terrible thing happens: nothing. Estimating can be the bottleneck between the two. Understanding how to drive these systems easily and accurately can help you nail down the profits that otherwise might slip away.



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Comment by Mike Estupinian on June 6, 2011 at 1:04pm

Thanks for the information Hal.  I will give him a call.

Mike

Comment by Hal Skinner on June 6, 2011 at 12:56pm

Hi Mike.

 

I would recommend

 

Daniil Poddyachiy - MONOLIT BUILDERS in Roseville.

Daniil himself is in Sacramento but he has supervised jobs all over NorCal and SoCal.  He can pool a crew as big as you need and really quick. 

 

Daniils cell #  916-834-4712

 

He takes alot of pride in his work, I've worked with him since 03.

 

Hal Skinner

Comment by Mike Estupinian on June 6, 2011 at 12:53pm

Sorry, I did not specify the upcoming job location!  San Mateo, Ca.

Mike Estupinian

Comment by Mike Estupinian on June 6, 2011 at 12:45pm
I wanted to ask anyone for information on sourcing a work crew on a per job basis.  With the economy and job flow the way it is it is difficult to handle a permanent crew.  I am looking to put a crew of 3 (a crew leader and two workers) for  crawl space and attic sealing and insulation job upcoming in a few weeks.  The work should last 5 to 8 days.  Any suggestions?
Comment by Jennifer Rupnow on May 3, 2011 at 11:58am

Hi George,

Build It Green is in the process of taking over administration of EUC in PGE territory.  In the meantime, you can still direct questions to CBPCA or send them to me/ post them & I will get answers to you.   Additionally, Jeffrey Liang is your local field representative, his email is:   jliang@ecoact.org


Jennifer Rupnow

Regional Program Manager - Central Coast

Ecology Action- Energy Upgrade California

jrupnow@ecoact.org

 

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