The Commercial or Multi-Family On-Site Energy Inspection is recommended for owners looking to:

  • Understand their utility bills
  • Lower energy costs
  • Find the correct and lowest utility rate
  • Improve energy efficiency
  • Solve energy related problems (comfort, high cost, moisture, etc)
  • Become an environmentally friendly or "green" building

The next step is perform a free on-site, walk-through inspection of the building(s).  This initial first visit to a site is determine if any energy opportunities exist.  This walk-thourgh proces is to focus on the easiest, most accessible energy opportunities and next step strategies for longer term, larger capital cost opportunities. 

The process includes:

  • Answering Utility Bill Questions
  • Utility Bill Analysis
  • Questionnaire with owner or building operator
  • Inventory of energy related equipment and building
    • Lighting
    • Heating
    • Air Conditioning
    • Ventilation
    • Motors
    • Process
    • Building Shell
  • Assistance with completing energy projects if needed

We have inspected public buildings, churches, community centers, manufacturers, art studios, hotels and others.

Photos of energy opportunities and improvements

      Old, inefficient
      hallway lights
      New, efficient
      LED lights

      This photo shows snow melting patterns on the roof right above the common walls of a multi-family unit. This shows that the common walls are not properly insulated and heat is escaping out of the living areas.
      Snow melting on
      common walls