Bettendorf, IA HERS Testing

bettendorf, ia hers testingOur Bettendorf, IA HERS testing home performance raters work closely with home builders to receive the proper evaluations and ratings to qualify for incentives and meet energy efficiency standards in Iowa. The HERS Rating system (Home Energy Rating System Ratings) is a home energy rating is a requirement for many green building and energy efficient building standards, and is the nation’s leading set of guidelines. To learn more about how Preferred Energy Consultants can help you ensure your home or business meets energy efficiency standards with HERS testing, just pick up the phone and give us a call today.

 

What is Bettendorf, IA HERS Testing Rating?

A HERS Rating assigns a score to the home being evaluated on a scale from 0-150. The lower the number, the less energy consumption. A HERS score of 0 represents a “zero energy home,” which produces at least as much energy as it consumes. The higher the number, the more energy consumption. A standard new home would receive a score of around 100, and most existing homes fall somewhere between 100 and 150.

A few reasons why HERS Testing is beneficial include:

  • An energy rating is mandatory in order to qualify for an energy efficient mortgage (EEM).
  • An energy rating is mandatory to have your home labeled as ENERGY STAR.
  • Energy ratings can help qualify your home for certain local utility rebates.

Read more about our Bettendorf, IA HERS Testing service.

 

Why Hire PEC for HERS Testing?

Preferred Energy Consultants has certified HERS testers that inspect and test a home in order to evaluate each of the minimum rated features established by RESNET. We also prepare a comprehensive HERS rating according to Chapters One and Three of the RESNET Mortgage Industry National Home Energy Rating. We take great pride in keeping Bettendorf homes and businesses up to par on energy efficiency standards!

We’ll help you determine if your Bettendorf, IA energy efficiency levels are compliant with current building efficiency standards, including blower door testing, duct efficiency, duct leakage, envelope leakage, refrigerant charge verification and building insulation.