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





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      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