Home Energy Audit

How Efficient is Your Home?
Regardless of politics, Environmental Stewardship is wise. There are many reasons to get your homes energy efficiency scored.

Top 5 reasons to audit your home

The RESNET Energy Assessment?
Different assessment systems exist. The RESNET rating system has become the most recognized by entities and/or regulators.

See the RESNET details



Washington energy code tests, and upcoming Oregon energy Code tests?

Normally $195, now only $150!! We will have your test completed and affidavit signed within 48 hours.* click here to schedule

*2 business days, Home must be available for inspection during normal business hours 8am-6pm

Green Business Growth Strategies

Become a Certified Rater
Our training system provides all necessary education, tools, and support to get you started.

Learn how Rater training can expand your business

Expand Your Services
Provide your client base a valuable service.

See the benefits of value of Rater services

Builder Services

Third party verification and rating services. One stop for all you consulting and verification needs.

See the list of services offered



How can Going Green help sell existing short sale and forclosure inventory?


Normally $195, now only $19.95!! If at the end of the course you dont feel you got your money's worth we will refund the course fee.


Special course "Whats a Green Contractor and what are the benefits?" now being offered. Click here to learn more.


Key Participants

Appraiser & Inspectors
Existing home inspection companies are our best friends. Learn how to piggy back Rating services with your work. more

Realtors & Lenders
Many housing and financing transactions are requiring energy assessments. Let us help with prompt Rating services to keep your process moving. more

Home Improvement
Upgrades, renovations, and modern construction can contribute to greener homes. See what we can do to help. more

We are proud to provide rating services to qualify new homes for the ENERGY STAR® label. ENERGY STAR qualified new homes are substantially more energy efficient than homes built to the minimum code requirements. Even in states with more rigorous energy codes, the U.S. EPA ensures that ENERGY STAR remains the symbol for truly energy-efficient performance. These homes are good for businesses, consumers, and the environment.

Learn more about ENERGY STAR qualified new homes at http://www.energystar.gov/.

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