The Preferred San Diego HERS Raters
What is a HERS Rater?
Before a Rater can become certified, they must go through an education process where an approved HERS provider verifies training and testing. HERS Raters must pass both a written and field exam before they can become certified by that provider. Currently, Calcerts and Cheers are the only two HERS providers approved by the CEC. Also, a HERS rater is required to stay up-to-date on the current code and will be required to take an update course for each code cycle. This is to ensure the Rater has an adequate understanding of the energy code and will be able to answer any questions a client may have.
HERS Rated Homes Are Better
HERS rated energy-efficient homes are becoming more popular across the United States. Here’s why:
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