MABTEC provides quality assurance, education, training and assistance for building science and energy efficiency to the energy rating and building communities. We provide training and education in many areas of building science; including HERS rater training and certification, whole house infiltration testing, duct testing and combustion safety.
MABTEC is an Accredited HERS Rating QA Provider and Trainer. We can provide the services that a HERS Rater needs to become certified or maintain certification.
We are dedicated in bringing to you, our knowledge and years of expertise in building science and energy efficiency.
MABTEC offers training and education in many aspects of building science and energy efficiency. This includes HERS Certifications, diagnostics, Indoor airPLUS, energy programs and other areas.
As an Accredited HERS Training Provider, we offer training in the many areas of HERS (RESNET) certifications, professional development and other requirements.
MABTEC is an approved NATE Testing Facility able to proctor NATE Certification Exams. We are also an accredited NATE Training Provider.
We offer these educational and training classes at our facility. MABTEC can also offer these classes at your location for groups. If you have specialized needs for education or training for building science, we can possibly customize a class for your needs.
2009 and 2012 IECC Duct Testing and whole house infiltration testing (blower door) training available. We offer these classes at our facility with options to hold the classes at your location. A certificate will be issued upon successful completion of the class.
As an Accredited HERS Rating QA Provider, MABTEC can offer the support that a Rater needs. If you are a Rater Candidate looking for a Provider, we can offer the services to become certified and the support needed for new Raters. For the Certified Rater looking to change their Provider, we can offer the support needed by the Rater.
As MABTEC is committed to education, we offer our Rater’s continuing training or informational seminars on current subjects.
Our experienced staff can answer your questions and help solve those difficult problems. Along with our staff, we have a network of building science professionals and educators that can be called upon.
MABTEC is a Provider only, so we are not in competition with our Raters. We do not perform ratings "for hire", but provide any leads to our Raters.
The Midwest Residential Energy Conference promotes energy efficient home performance through the education of Building Science principals. The conference objective is to provide continuing education and updates on Building Codes, tax credits and financial incentives, energy efficiency programs and new technologies that benefit or affect the professions of Builders, Remodelers, Realtors, HVAC Contractors, HERS Raters, Building Analysts, Utility program managers and Utility Energy Advisors.
To meet this objective, the general sessions and education tracks feature national and regional speakers, relevant topics and essential CEU's. The Trade Show offers opportunities to showcase new products and services as well as networking and relationship building opportunities.
March 25-26, 2014, Lexington, Kentucky
MABTEC is a Strategic Alliance Partner and is able offer a $100 discount on the conference registration, Please contact us for the discount code.
We are proud to provide HERS QA Rating and Training Provider services to Raters that qualify new homes for the ENERGY STAR® label. ENERGY STAR qualified new homes are substantially more energy efficient than homes built to the minimum code requirements. Even in states with more rigorous energy codes, the U.S. EPA ensures that ENERGY STAR remains the symbol for truly energy-efficient performance. These homes are good for businesses, consumers, and the environment. Learn more about ENERGY STAR qualified new homes at http://www.energystar.gov/.
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