PSD is a RESNET Accredited HERS Rating Provider
PSD is an accredited Home Energy Rating Provider (also referred to as RESNET QA Provider), offering nationwide technical support and the comprehensive services that you need to develop a successful Home Energy Rating business.
Our staff are highly experienced industry professionals who deeply understand the industry, but do not compete with you. As a company focused on workforce development and market transformation, we provide a comprehensive range of quality support services for our growing network of independent HERS Raters. Our technical support team includes experienced trainers, builders, and HERS Raters who offer in-house expertise for accurate modeling advice and recommendations. We can guide you through the entire process from Rater Training and achieving Certification to processing your completed ratings in a timely fashion. As your provider, we make the following commitments:
- Fast and reliable responses to your technical questions and support requests
- Ongoing access to industry training and information
- 24-hour turnaround for all submitted projects – Using our online web portal for project submission and review, most projects will be reviewed and returned within less than 24 hours
- Expertise in processing and supporting multifamily, sampling, and code ratings
If you’re interested in our Rater Provider services please contact: 607-277-6240 ext 277
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PSD is accredited as a RESNET Training Provider, RESNET Sampling Provider, and a RESNET Rating Provider. PSD Partners with EPA ENERGY STAR, EPA Indoor airPLUS, and is a NYSERDA New Construction and Codes Partner.
Rater Training Courses
With increased national demand for comprehensive retrofits, the RESNET Board of Directors has made it a requirement that RESNET certified Raters must pass the Combustion Safety and Work Scope written exam and simulation prior to December 31st, 2014, to maintain the Rater Certification. This 7-hour online training designed for Raters who are also BPI certified, is conveniently spaced over just 1 week and will prepare attendees to take and pass the tests.
*Raters who are not BPI analyst certified will need an additional 2 hours of field training by the end of 2014 to comply with RESNET standards.*