Green Buildings Certifiers
Construction professionals needed for certifying sustainable LEED, Passive House or Net Zero homes
What do Green Building Certifiers do?
Green Buildings Certifiers have a strong knowledge of building science and what makes homes sustainable and resilient. A green home inspector and certifier knows the value of an airtight home for improved energy efficiency and durability, and knows what makes a home fail in order to ensure that it doesn’t. Knowledge of where to put vapor barriers, how to break thermal bridges, how to install insulation properly are essential, as heat loss and air leakage through walls causes high energy bills and damage to walls due to moisture build up and mold. Green home certifications like Net Zero, Passive House and LEED for Homes means a home is built to higher standards, so will be more valuable as they last longer and have higher resale values.
- A LEED Green Associates qualification signifies core competency in green building principles. The exam measures general knowledge of green building practices and how to support others working on LEED projects and is ideal for those new to green building.
- A LEED AP accreditation signifies expertise in green building and a LEED rating system. To earn a LEED AP with specialty, candidates must first pass the LEED Green Associate exam. The exams measure knowledge about green building, a specific LEED rating system and the certification process and are ideal for individuals who are actively working on green building and LEED projects.
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