Welcome to TREAT California!
All California users can try TREAT free for 30 days!
To welcome all of our new users in California, Performance Systems Development is offering special pricing on purchases of TREAT and a seat in one of our online training courses through May 31st. This 6 hour course is taught over 2 days and is designed to teach users all they need to know about using TREAT for fast and accurate modeling! Users save over $100 with this special pricing. Pick from several training dates for your convenience by proceeding to check out. This training also provides 6 BPI CEUs.
- TREAT Software ($495)
- TREAT Software & Training Package ($799)
- CA Training Only ($375)
If you’re interested in purchasing TREAT software or training as a stand alone, contact Clifford Babson to order at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-381-2929 x 313.
On this page you can find information about the latest features in TREAT, watch several introductory training videos, learn more about program specific modeling guidelines, and see TREAT’s accreditations! To get started feel free to watch this quick introduction to some of the newest features in TREAT:
- TREAT has a number of great features including attractive Customer Reports and our New Building Wizard.
- Read all about the latest features in TREAT here.
- You can watch our free introductory training videos here.
- Learn more about TREAT’s professional and programmatic certifications.
- Review the specific modeling guidelines for the Energy Upgrade California Home Upgrade Program.
TREAT Licenses are priced to own and come with 1 free year of customer support and free upgrades. After the first year there is an annual fee of $200 associated with maintaining customer support and access to 100% FREE upgrades.
Use this table to lookup the incoming cold water temperature of the location you selected in the Long-term Weather Sites in TREAT. This temperature is to be used in the Advanced Building Inputs in the TREAT Weather/Defaults Screen. This table can also be used as a reference to help define the beginning and end months of the heating and cooling seasons in TREAT.