Basically there are 3 ways that you can obtain a Comcheck and we will discuss the ins and outs of each.
Your first option is to do it yourself. For this option you will need to understand the calculations and most importantly the software. The calculations are probably math you do on an everyday basis. However, searching the plans, compiling the data correctly, and using the software properly takes some time to learn. For this option plan about 10-14 hours per project to create your Comcheck properly.
The second option is to have it created by the architect or engineer that is drawing your original set of commercial construction blueprints. They can take the information they have created designing your project and easily modify it to work for your Comcheck. The one thing to consider with this option is that you must be working with a design firm that is familiar with Comcheck. It seems basic that any designers would understand and implement Comcheck reports into their design process. However, you have found your way to this Comcheck Energy Report blog so odds are your plans did not come with the report, which is very common.
The final option turns out to be the easiest and lowest cost. You can hire Comcheck.net to create your Comcheck report for you. All you need to do is email us a set of your construction prints along with a jobsite address to firstname.lastname@example.org we will take care of your Comcheck for you and return to you an invoice and overview of your project. This whole process takes less than a day and we are ready and willing to help you with your project any time of day and any day of the week. This process is super simple and smooth and we created it to be the easiest portion of your commercial construction project.
We appreciate you reading our Comcheck energy report blog for commercial construction. If you require a Comcheck for your addition, alteration, or new construction then send us your plans to get started today. Comcheck@comcheck.net