Quality Control Inspectors verify the compliance of energy retrofit work based on applicable installation standards and codes using visual and diagnostic data and specify corrective actions where necessary to achieve the intended performance of installed measures.
Quality Control Inspectors are residential energy efficiency professionals who ensure the completion, appropriateness, and quality of energy efficiency upgrade installations. Quality Control Inspectors conduct inspections and audits on buildings to verify the work performed against the work plan, specifications, and standards. They visually observe work quality as well as perform building diagnostics to test material and equipment performance, record their findings and concerns, and specify corrective actions as necessary. Quality Control Inspectors may conduct site inspections before work begins, during work progress, and after the work is complete. Inspectors produce high quality, technical inspection reports that capture on-site conditions. They review and verify the technical merits of energy efficiency measures including the energy cost-savings calculations. Quality Control Inspectors interact with customers, contractors, installers, and manufacturer representatives to address questions or concerns about installed equipment or programmatic information.
- ▸ Healthy Home Evaluator
- ▸ Certified Home Energy Rater/Assessor/Home Inspector
- ▸ Residential Building Code Official (with green building expertise)
- ▸ Real Estate Appraiser (with green building expertise)
- ▸ Real Estate Agent (with green building expertise)
- ▸ Commercial Construction Manager (with green building expertise)
- ▸ Building Performance Diagnostician
- ▸ Multifamily Quality Control Inspector
- ▸ Energy Manager
- ▸ Energy Efficiency Program Director