At Comfort by Kodiak, service is the hallmark of our work. A qualified Energy Auditor / Project Manager oversees all work at your property. We provide the science and the service for a top quality installation, according to the "best practices" of the building performance industry
Comfort by Kodiak Energy Audit
Most buildings can be improved for efficiency, but where is the best place to start? The staff of Comfort by Kodiak is professionally certified by the Building Performance Institute (BPI). Our Auditors and Project Managers hold one or more of the following certifications: Building Analyst Professional, Building Envelope Professional, and Thermographer 1. Our professional certifications through BPI enable us to offer Energy Audits for all types of buildings, and ensure your safety with regard to combustion appliance back-drafting. The Comfort by Kodiak Energy Audit is a comprehensive analysis of your property and its performance. To learn more about the Comfort by Kodiak Energy Audit, please click here. We also provide Energy Audits in the Xcel Energy Home Energy Audit Program.
Home Performance and Building Efficiency Improvements
Comfort by Kodiak is a licensed General Contractor and Mechanical Contractor, a Participating Installation Contractor for the Xcel Energy Home Performance with Energy Star Program, and a Participating Contractor in Colorado's Rechargecolorado.com Rebate Program. We are fully licensed and insured to implement all building efficiency improvements from retrofit insulation systems to air sealing to renewable energy systems. To learn more about the typical building efficiency improvements we provide, please click here.
Building Science Consulting
Kodiak Enterprises, our custom home building company, is 100% committed to building Energy Star qualified New Homes. Our experience with ground-up, high performance homes matched with our experience as building efficiency contractors makes us uniquely qualified to provide you with objective consultation regarding overall building performance, including durability and energy efficiency, two mutually inclusive objectives.