Doom, Gloom and Reasons for Housing Optimism

Housing Market Media Coverage

Recently, news outlets have written that home construction and sales are plunging and crashing, with some arguing that we’re at “peak housing.” We’re not so worried yet.

Colorado Housing Market Forecast – November, 2018

Colorado Housing Market Forecast November 2018

Denver single-family permits are trending down, totaling 1,024 in August and 858 in September. However, despite underperforming the forecast, the decline appears to be seasonal, with the permit totals little changed from one year ago (1,007 in 08-2017 and 902 in 09-2017).

Yielding Housing Insights

Yielding Housing Insights

What is the yield curve, what does it mean when it’s “inverted,” and why is it important to the residential construction industry?

EnergyLogic Wins 2018 Top Workplace Award

EnergyLogic Wins 2018 Top Workplace Award

EnergyLogic has been awarded a 2018 Top Workplaces honor by The Denver Post! The list is based solely on employee feedback gathered through a third-party survey administered by research partner, Energage, a leading provider of technology-based employee engagement tools.

Work Completed by EnergyLogic in 2017

Work Completed by EnergyLogic in 2017

We want to begin by thanking each and every one of you for giving us the opportunity to serve your needs, whether it be through consulting, code and program compliance, HERS Index services, or quality assurance needs. Read more to hear about all of the work we completed in 2017 – we were busy!

2018 ENERGY STAR® Sustained Excellence/Partner of the Year

2018 ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year Sustained Excellence EnergyLogic

This is our 7th time being named an ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year – Sustained Excellence Award winner!

As we meet our clients where they are and engage them in the journey of building better homes, this type of recognition continues to energize our focus and the work that we do every day.

Building Homes to Meet Blower Door Requirements

2012 and 2015 air Infiltration requirement

Buyers of new homes expect their houses to be energy-efficient and comfortable, while also decreasing their costs on utility bills. EnergyLogic has not met a builder yet who does not claim to build a home that delivers on that promise. But how do you know how a house will perform if you do not measure the items which affect performance and comfort?