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Principles for Conducting Remote Audits on Single and Multi Family Homes

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Download the principles from BPI for remote audits on single and multifamily homes.

Remote audits limit the time industry professionals spend inside dwellings to reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19 and other highly contagious diseases for auditors and occupants, and to optimize collection of data to reduce audit time. These guidelines have been developed with assistance and oversight of subject matter experts representing the single-family and multifamily sectors. Guidance and funding for this initiative were provided by the New York State Energy and Research Development Authority (NYSERDA).

All of BPI’s technical standards are freely available for use, with reproduction by permission. Please let us know how you use these guidelines in your work!

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