EFFICIENCY & ENVIRONMENTAL INSPECTION PROGRAM IN NYS
NOW ONLY $ 495.00-BOOKS INCLUDED (Save $ 200; Discounted from $ 695.00)
“Approved for 21 Hours NYS Appraiser & Home Inspection Continuing Education
14, 15, 16, 17, 2010 8am to 5pm 3 1/2 days - Limited to 25 students !
this as a new way to make money in this economy- read all about the program and
Sign Up Today! We teach you what you need to perform Energy Inspections
This course is approved for Professional
Development by the Housing Inspection Foundation, Environmental Assessment
Association and Association of Construction Inspectors. Those who complete this
program will receive their first year membership to North American Association
Network and REA designation FREE. A $ 125 Value
Who Should Attend this course?
Contractors, Home Inspectors
and Appraisers and those with a working knowledge of homes
What Will We Cover?
program involves both theory and practical hands-on training. We will cover each
aspect of Energy, Energy Efficiency, and Environmental Considerations for a
residential home. We will show you how to complete an Energy Inspection for the
benefit of Homeowners and Home-buyers. Many homeowners can save thousands of
dollars in energy bills over 5 years by implementing your written report
recommendations. We include the manuals you need to develop a detailed
understanding of the process and create the Reports themselves for your use as a
graduate! You also perform a Mock Energy Inspection for us to evaluate once you
graduate our school. There is also a Comprehensive Exam at course conclusion
for REA Designation.
Affiliations and Designations:
completion of this program, you will be eligible for the designation of R.E.A.
Designation (Residential Energy Assessor) free, and membership to the
Environmental Assessment Association and the Housing Inspection Foundation. 1st
Year Membership reduced from $ 215.00 to $ 59.00.
"Save Money, Save
Energy, Save The Earth, One Home at a time"
GRADUATE, YOU ARE ELIGIBLE TO JOIN THE ENERGY INSPECTION NETWORK “Free”
Up, Call us at 631-563-7720– Limited Seating ! Professional Development Course
Merrell, Ph.D., School Director 631-563-7720 Fax: 731-563-7719
1461-16 LAKELAND AVE., BOHEMIA, NY 11716
AND ENVIRONMENTAL LINKS:
Affordable Comfort, Inc
Affordable Comfort is a leader in energy efficiency,
weatherization, home environmental quality, and housing
Alliance to Save Energy
Exploring the Frontiers of Energy Policy and Energy
American Council for
an Energy-Efficient Economy
ACEEE is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing
energy efficiency as a means of promoting both economic
prosperity and environmental protection.
Association of Energy
AESP is dedicated to advancing the professional
interests of individuals working to provide value
through energy services and energy efficiency by the
sharing of ideas information and experience.
An independent building science consulting firm with
lots of free building science information.
DOE Office of
Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
DOE web site with lots of free energy-efficiency and
renewable energy information
Energy CrossRoads at Lawrence Berkeley Laboratories
LBL is an international leader in developing and
commercializing energy-efficient technologies and
analytical techniques and in documenting ways of
improving the energy efficiency and indoor environmental
quality of residential and commercial buildings.
Energy & Environmental
EEBA is an international non-profit group dedicated to
fostering energy efficient design and construction, and
environmentally responsible development practices that
provide quality living environments.
Virtually all of the materials that are offered through
EFI's programs can also be purchased directly. EFI's
on-line catalog features many of these products,
providing short descriptions, technical information, and
EPA program for promoting energy-efficiency in homes,
businesses and equipment.
Home Energy magazine provides energy professionals with
reliable, easy-to- read reporting on the latest
energy-efficient technologies for the home -- from
weatherization, to heating and cooling systems, to
lighting, windows, appliances, and indoor air quality.
Association of Energy Efficient Lighting
IAEEL is a global contact network and an information
resource for high-quality, energy-efficient lighting.
DOE National Laboratory in Golden, CO
Sustainable Energy Association
NESEA is a non-profit membership organization, fostering
the use of renewable and sustainable energy, the
responsible use of non-renewable forms of energy, and to
convey the value of these practices for the preservation
of the environment.
Home Energy Rating System Alliance
Organization of Home of Energy Rating systems in the
It works for you and helps our environment!
HVAC for beginners
LISTING OF FIRMS PERFORMING ENERGY AUDITS THROUGHOUT THE
COUNTRY-CHECK EACH ONE OUT FOR QUALIFICATIONS
www.energyinspectionservices.com for N.Y.S. Energy Inspections.
Visual Inspections with Infrared and Thermal Technology
- Alliance to
Save Energy - Consumer tips on lowering energy costs. Home energy
checkup, power smart, clearing the air, and appliance olympics.
- Appliance Standards Awareness
Project - Report on the latest improvements that increase efficiency in
appliances. Current lobbying efforts to enact more efficient standards for
central air conditioners, clothes washers, fluorescent ballasts and water
Building America Program - U.S. Department of Energy portal to technical
resources supporting the construction of energy- and resource-efficient
- The Carbon Count - Provides
users with a carbon footprint calculator and presents them with specific
tips and advice based on their carbon footprint.
- CFLbulbs.com - Discusses compact
fluorescent light bulbs and offers FAQs, news items, disposal information,
- Consortium for
Energy Efficiency - Information on energy-saving opportunities for
appliances, lighting, air conditioning systems and gas heating.
- Consumer Energy
Information - Comprehensive U.S. Department of Energy site, including
glossary, fact sheets, and tips for several home systems and appliances.
- Consumer Guide to Home Energy
Savings - Home energy checklist for action, top rated appliances,
highlights from the publication, and an order form for a printed version.
- Dulley House
Insulation Guide - Where to insulate and what materials to use.
Calculate R-values for walls, attics and crawl spaces.
- Eco House Foot Print -
Information on Solar Power, Lights, Waste Water, Recycling, Garden, Green
Buildings, Renewable Energy, Green Energy, Saving Water, Environmental
Issues and more.
Energy Efficiency - Appliance usage chart, operating cost calculator,
and specific tips on improving efficiency.
- Energy Efficiency and
Renewable Energy Network - Topics include lighting, appliances, and
heating and cooling equipment; insulation and other weatherization
materials; high-performance windows; automatic and "smart" controls; solar
buildings; community programs; and related codes and standards.
- Energy Quest - California
Energy Commission's energy and environmental education site for students,
parents and teachers. Materials for students from kindergarten through high
school. Games, puzzles, science projects on energy and other challenging
- Energy Star - Created by the
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy to
help consumers save money and prevent air pollution. Includes list of
qualifying products, contractor selection tips, and contacts for low
interest loans for upgrading to high efficiency equipment.
Energy Star Home Improvement Toolbox - Tips, statistics, and calculators
aiming to help homeowners improve their home's energy performance when
repairing, remodeling, or improving their homes.
- Energy Star Homes
America - Information on the EPA's Energy Star program. How to apply
energy efficient standards to a new or existing home. How builders can
become involved in Energy Star.
- Energy analyzer tool. After answering questions about home construction,
occupants, and appliances the analyzer provides breakdown and charts showing
energy usage and areas that can be improved.
- ESP Energy -
Energy Saving information on all areas of the home. Including Air
Conditioning, heating, insulation, windows, appliances, and lighting
Fine Homebuilding- Energy Efficiency - Articles on fixing a drafty
house, understanding windows, and evaporative cooling.
- Flex Your
Power - Residential energy saving tips.
- For Your Home - Owens
Corning - Everything from new construction to remodeling to insulating
projects to efficiency checklist. Personal Project file holds information
about different Owens Corning products that can be printed out for
purchasing or planning.
- Green Building Concepts -
information exchange on resource and energy efficient home building. Product
tips, building hints, and newsletter archive.
- The Home Energy Saver - Determine the
energy consumption of a home and find ways to reduce it.
- Home Energy, the Magazine of
Residential Conservation - Archive of past issues, subscription form.
- Improving Home Energy Efficiency
- Information on energy use in typical Florida homes and how the energy
efficiency of Florida homes can be best improved. Includes discussion on
typical performance, cooling and heating load sources, windows, and
Insulation Fact Sheet - Detailed information on everything from
determining insulation needs, to selecting products, to installation
- Making it
Happen - Module to help homeowners capitalize on the energy savings
opportunities identified by the Energy Advisor module. No regrets
remodeling, no-cost and low-cost measures, installation, financing, and case
- MetaEfficient - Reviews of
tools and techniques to live more simply and self-sufficiently.
Incorporating these tools and techniques can decrease dependence on
petroleum, electricity, gas for heating and cooling, municipal water and
- Million Solar Roofs -
Initiative to enable businesses and communities to install solar systems on
one million rooftops across the United States by 2010. Links to federal and
state government incentive plans.
National Association of Insulation Manufacturers - Tips on determining
insulation needs, installation suggestions, and a map of recommended
R-values for new construction houses.
- New York Energy $mart Web Site
- Energy saving tips to beat the heat, the Energy Smart University teaches
about energy use, energy industry deregulation, and energy efficiency. Tools
to conduct a home Energy Analysis.
- Northeast Energy Star -
Includes energy efficiency tips, online energy savings calculators, dealer
locators, and rebate information for Energy Star appliances and lighting.
Ohio Consumers' Counsel: Energy Efficiency - Provides tips on reading
electric and gas meters, understanding appliance ratings, and efficient home
heating and lighting.
- Oikos - Methods
for designing, installing, and sealing leaking ductwork.
- Partnership for Advanced Technologies
in Housing - Voluntary initiative that seeks to accelerate the creation
and widespread use of advanced technologies to improve the quality,
durability, environmental performance, energy efficiency, and affordability
Renters Guide To Saving Energy - Energy and water conservation tips for
the home and business.
- Residential Energy Conservation -
Energy conservation tips on insulation, heating, cooling, appliances, and
- Residential Wind Energy
- Brief overview on purchasing and operation of a residential wind turbine.
- Sage Farm Solar Home - Virtual
tour of energy efficient residence that has evlolved over 20 years to
demonstrate several approaches for capturing and using solar energy.
- Simply Insulate -
Information on fiberglass insulation and links to energy efficiency programs
in various states.
- Smith Electric
Company - The full story of the Smith family's purchase, installation
and maintenance of a grid-connected home solar electricity system in
Southface Energy Institute Fact Sheets - Technical bulletins focused on
energy conservation. Everything from sealing ductwork to choosing a system
to blower door and duct-blaster testing.
- Southwest Energy Efficiency Project
- Provides information on what homeowners and consumers can do to cut energy
waste in homes, vehicles, and workplaces.
- U.S. Energy Information Administration
- Energy Information Administration (U.S. Dept. of Energy) Energy
Statistics, Data, and Analysis
- The Weatherization Pages -
Resource on using cellulose insulation and moisture barriers in attics,
walls, and basements to improve safety, comfort, fuel conservation and
environmental health in old and new homes. Principles, practice, solutions,
case studies, and do it yourself advice.