Offering home-performance services can set a contracting business apart from its competition, help bring in new business from both existing and new customers, and create interesting work for its employees, all while providing a comfortable and safe home for your customers.
The right tools in the right hands can make all the difference when it comes to home-performance services. NCI president Rob Falke and other contractors provide a list of the tools required to be successful in home-performance work.
Developed in partnership with the Green & Healthy Homes Initiative
March 29, 2016
The Building Performance Institute Inc. (BPI) announced it is introducing the Healthy Home Evaluator (HHE) credential to the home performance, weatherization, and healthy housing workforce, with the goal of breaking the link between unhealthy housing and unhealthy families through home performance interventions.
DTE Energy will issue a request for proposal (RFP) for a package of energy-efficiency programs whose vendor contracts expire. The company will seek two-year contracts for programs that include HVAC and home performance with insulation and windows.
When the comfort equipment stops working, it’s time to call the heating and cooling guy. As a contractor, it’s your job to educate customers on the roots of their problems and inform them how a whole-house approach is most beneficial.