1206 S. Main St.
Little Rock, AR 72202
Service area: 200 miles
Service Area: We are located in Little Rock and our services are offered statewide.
Energy Ratings for the ENERGY STAR Program, ADFA ENERGY STAR new construction program, Energy Efficient Home Tax Credit and Energy Efficient/Improvement Mortgages.
Verification & Performance Testing Services for the National Green Building Standard and Builder's Challenge.
Single-Family Energy Audits and Consulting for existing residential buildings with coupon writing ability through the Entergy Arkansas Residential Energy Solutions Quick Start Program.
Multi-Family Energy Audits and Consulting for existing residential buildings with coupon writing ability through the Entergy Arkansas Residential Energy Solutions Quick Start Program, Capital Needs Assessments, Physical Needs Assessment and Accessibility Inspections for all HUD, Rural Development and USDA requirements. Arkansas Energy Code and 2009 IECC compliance
We have done energy ratings for over 55 builders throughout Arkansas. Also we are working with 3 local Habitat for Humanity chapters and 6 community development and housing authorities and counting. We have been involved in over numerous green building certification projects and have several more in varying phases.
The HERS, Inc. staff includes:
4 Certified Home Energy Raters - 1 of which is a Green Verifier.
Our combined experience is largely construction based - framing, excavation, property management, engineering and sustainable development. Our education and involvement is on-going to meet the needs of our clientele.
Our goal is to provide sound guidance and the highest quality service to builders, homeowners and property management companies who are interested in staying current with the latest energy efficient practices and requirements. Our vision is to create a more sustainable, efficient, comfortable and healthy built environment for our community and world.
HERS, Inc. was founded in 1995 by Ron Hughes, whose extensive background in energy efficiency put him at the forefront of the push to create a national standard for rating the energy use of houses. Today, most all energy efficiency programs, the mortgage industry and federal and state tax credit programs require a HERS Rating as the gauge of energy efficiency or energy improvement, as the case may be. Our name reflects our historic tie to the development of the energy rating industry in the United States.