Become a Home Energy Score Assessor

 

PROBLEM

  • Americans consume more energy than anyone else on the planet--about 20% of the total global demand.
  • Our buildings and homes devour 40% of all U.S. energy and 75% of all U.S. electricity.
  • About 30% of that energy is wasted by our homes.
Simply put, our homes waste energy. 
 

SOLUTION

  • You can score every home in your market area; and
  • Show everyone how easy it is to save energy and money.
 
The Home Energy Score is similar to a car's MPG rating and provides:
  • a home score from 1 to 10; and
  • recommendations generated by the US Department of Energy to improve the score.
Homeowners can:
  • save energy;
  • save a ton of money; and
  • compare their home's score with any other home in their neighborhood.
 

ABOUT 30 MINUTES

You can:
  • score a home in about 30 minutes; and
  • provide a score for free or for sale -- it's up to you.
 

FREE TRAINING & SOFTWARE

Qualified inspectors will be provided:
  • free 3D-house training; and
  • free software to produce Home Energy Scores.
There are no costs or fees for qualified inspectors to participate in this program.
 
To become qualified, you must:
 
 

FREE CUSTOM MARKETING DESIGN

InterNACHI's Marketing Team will work one-on-one with you to develop your business cards, flyers, and door hangers that are customized with your business logo and contact information. To order your customized Home Energy Score marketing materials, which we'll design for you for free, contact InterNACHI's Marketing Department
 
These are two examples of flyers that our marketing can customize with your business name and contact information on them (and the custom design work is free for members).
 
 

3D-HOUSE TRAINING

 

 
This video is a short preview of the training, which is free and online for members. 
 

BECOME A HOME ENERGY SCORE ASSESSOR

 
Visit the Department of Energy's website for more information about the Home Energy Score.
 
Download this Home Energy Score document to read details about the Home Energy Score national program. 
 
 
 
 

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