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We provide signed Certificates of Compliance with Title 24 Section 6 of California Energy Commission's Building Energy Standards. We are experts at mechanical, HVAC, and indoor and outdoor energy efficiency compliance. All newly installed and modified lighting fixtures need to document compliance with the energy standards. We provide Certificates of Compliance for both indoor and outdoor lighting installations.

New or modified heating and air conditioning systems need to document compliance with the energy standards. We provide performance and prescriptive Certificates of Compliance for all HVAC systems in California. Brand new buildings and remodeled buildings that are replacing windows, doors, or changing the square footage of air conditioned spaces are required to comply with the energy standards.

We provide performance and prescriptive Certificates of Compliance for all non-residential and commercial buildings in California. We are remodeling our kitchen to include new lighting and ventilation.
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read more › All new, altered, or repaired buildings in California must prove they comply with the Building Energy Efficiency Standards described in Title 24 Part 6 by the California Energy Commission. Building owners need to show the permitting office that the designs are energy efficient to reduce wasteful and unnecessary energy consumption in newly constructed and existing buildings. See below for some examples of documents we provide to document compliance with Title 24. Pointbreak Engineering is an energy consulting firm.

read more › Any changes or alterations to the building's heating, venting and cooling system may trigger a Title 24 requirement. Ductless HVAC systems are not exempt and require a Mechanical Certificate of Compliance to be installed. Indoor and outdoor lighting are treated separately by Title 24 and both require individual Certificates of Compliance. Yes and you may also be required to install current limiters to comply with Title 24's requirements. Yes, the CEC specifies minimum outside air ventilation rates for all nonresidential buildings.

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