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Let's get right to the point \u2014 HERS is an acronym for the Home Energy Rating System. This is a rating system used by the California Energy Commission as a way to measure the overall efficiency of heating and cooling systems in homes, businesses, and industrial buildings.
The process involves running tests on features such as the heating and cooling system, appliances, walls, and windows to evaluate the energy efficiency of each. Data from these tests are combined to calculate a rating from 0 to 150 on the HERS Index.
Depending on the size of your building, a test can take anywhere from 30 minutes - 2 hours. Are there any alternatives to avoid the need of a HERS rater?
CF2R: Certificate of Installation (Installation & Inspection) Construction and Installer Verification Testing. Forms Signed and Submitted by Installing Subcontractor or Builder During Construction Verifying Installations and Installation Testing. Posted at Building Site.
Home Energy Rating System (HERS) providers are approved by the California Energy Commission (CEC) to train and certify raters. Providers maintain a database of raters who are qualified to verify the work of licensed heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) contractors.
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How Much Does a HERS Rating Cost? Getting a home inspected by a certified RESNET Rater usually costs somewhere between $1,500 and $3,000. Though it can seem like a costly initial investment, identifying and making improvements to achieve a good HERS score can save homeowners significantly more on their utility bills.
Let's get right to the point \u2014 HERS is an acronym for the Home Energy Rating System. This is a rating system used by the California Energy Commission as a way to measure the overall efficiency of heating and cooling systems in homes, businesses, and industrial buildings.
How Much Does a HERS Rating Cost? Getting a home inspected by a certified RESNET Rater usually costs somewhere between $1,500 and $3,000. Though it can seem like a costly initial investment, identifying and making improvements to achieve a good HERS score can save homeowners significantly more on their utility bills.
The process involves running tests on features such as the heating and cooling system, appliances, walls, and windows to evaluate the energy efficiency of each. Data from these tests are combined to calculate a rating from 0 to 150 on the HERS Index.
Home Energy Rating System (HERS) providers are approved by the California Energy Commission (CEC) to train and certify raters. Providers maintain a database of raters who are qualified to verify the work of licensed heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) contractors.

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