Teaching Building Science

We offer a great opportunity for students, faculty, and staff to learn about building science and energy efficiency!

A HEAT Squad certified energy auditor will come to your secondary education institution and lead a seminar on building science, energy efficiency, and the key components of an energy audit.

HEAT Squad Teaching Building Science

All aspects of energy efficiency and energy audits will be covered including:

  • How is the building functioning?
  • Why we do an audit?
  • What are the tools and trades of an energy audit?
  • What do energy improvements involve?

Participants have an opportunity to gain hands-on experience and possibly carry out some of the retro-fitting as part of the seminar.

This is a unique opportunity for all members of your institution to learn about the current opportunities available to make all buildings more energy efficient in order to save on costs, minimize the use of fossil fuels, and be more comfortable.

Read about HEAT Squad’s visit to Vermont Law School in South Royalton, VT for more information about what a Teaching Building Science Seminar is all about!

Contact us!

Interested in having HEAT Squad host a seminar at your school or institution? Contact us here! Or call Melanie at 802-438-2303

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