Do you have a new construction project and/or installing a new HVAC system?
The Building department will require an ACCA Manual J,D,S Calculation Report before a permit can be issued for your new project/install. This report ensures an energy efficient HVAC system has been designed. Our experienced team of professionals can help you compute the Manual J, D, S Load calculations. Full Manual JDS services include:
· Heat Load Calculations – Manual J
· Duct System Design – Manual D
· HVAC Equipment Selection Recommendations -Manual S
Are you applying for a building permit and need Energy Calculations?
Before a building permit can be issued, the Building Department will require complete Energy Calculations to ensure the building design meets Title 24 energy code standards.
Let us help you secure a CF1R report. Our team of experts will work closely with the project designer or architect to ensure the design meets compliance. Our service includes:
· An Architectural Plan Review
· One Draft (CF1R) Report
· One Final (CF1R) Report
Do you need an installation certificate?
Whenever a new system is installed, the Building Department will request an electronic CF2R report (Certificate of Installation). There are various categories of the CF2R depending on the type of system (s) installed. We can assist you to complete any type of CF2R form within and outside of the Registry. When a project is registered, our service includes a Project Status Report listing all the required certificates completed.
Do you need a Certificate of Verification?
831 Conserve is certified to perform HERS Verifications tests. We help contractors determine which specific HERS Verification(s) test the project requires. HERS Verifications vary between each project and may require a series of tests to ensure your project meets the California Energy Standards.
Our expertise is the energy code. Trust us to get your CF3R reports completed quickly, efficiently, and cost effectively.
Commercial Kitchen Exhausts need to be tested for leaks before a final permit can be issued. A Captive Air Hood Test is required by the Building Department to certify the installation is properly sealed to safeguard public health and safety and operating as designed.
Our team of professionals is certified to conduct Captive Air Hood Tests. Our service also includes a Captive Air Hood report that can be submitted to the Building Official in lieu of the Building Official being present during the actual test.
More Jurisdictions are now requiring an HVAC Testing Adjusting and Balancing (TAB) Report. A TAB report is the result of an HVAC Commercial Air Balancing Test. A Commercial Air Balancing test ensures that the HVAC system installed is performing as designed. If an adjustment is necessary, we can perform the adjustment to get your system running efficiently again. Our service includes a TAB report with the initial and final readings after adjustment.