I've been using an iPad to collect audit data for the last 6 mos. or so. It's great to be able to move that info easily to my laptop. I'd love to hear more about how I could create reports right in the field.
A hammer and a saw used to be the key tools for home contractors. Today, the best-in-breed also use high-tech equipment while performing a professional energy audit or verifying that construction has been done correctly.
I agree with you about his, but I'm in a situation where I'm wrestling with it. In upstate NY, there aren't enough weatherization businesses to handle the work I'm generating. Both the weatherization companies in the area,…"
http://www.egia.org/academy/20101202/Home Performance can be complicated to explain, but an effective website CAN produce the leads you are looking for. Discover ways to improve your website by presenting key ideas, convincing the customer to take action now and simplifying the technical details of the Home Performance process. You will learn what to say on your website and how to say it. We'll share tips and samples that you can use, and have…See More
In this group, members share an array of images from the field, showing the kinds of issues encountered by home performance professionals in real homes. Each tells a story of how hidden (but fixable) problems in homes can cause high energy bills.
Combustion Appliance Zone Testing (CAZ) Made Easy (March 24, 2016)
-Adapting to the new BPI standard
-RESNET testing requirements
-NFPA testing requirements
-Best practices for best results