- For Contractors & Builders
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March 18, 2020
If you are building a new home, renovating your current home, or are planning to make any changes to your existing heating and cooling system you will need a HERS test in order to remain compliant with California’s Title 24 code. Take a look at the different areas of your home affected by Title 24 compliance:
Kitchen: Kitchen appliances in the purview of Title 24, including any lighting, the oven range hood fans, and even the microwave.
HVAC/Bedroom: Updates or changes in your heating and cooling system, including ductwork, will require a HERS test.
Home Additions/Blueprint: Thinking of adding square footage to your home? You will need to update your HERS verifications by scheduling a test.
For Sale Sign: Selling your home? You’ll need to verify that your home is Title 24 compliant with a HERS verification.
Home Updates/Roof: Is it time to fix the roof over your head? Even for low-slope and steep-slope roofs, Title 24 requires that roofing material passes the Cool Roof Rating Council standards.
Not sure if your home project will require scheduling a HERS test with the Title 24 experts at We Green? Just ask. We’re here to answer all of your questions. And when it comes time for your HERS test, you can stay in the loop 24/7 with your Title 24 compliance in our online “Green Room”!