Words of wisdom, a third eye, and homeowner advocacy.
Having our Construction Consulting professionals on your job site means having a team of experts with your supporting you along the way. Our E3 Consulting team will share ideas, create solutions to unexpected problems, and provide assurance as a third party that all of the work is done efficiently, with integrity, and as designed. We works as your advocate to ensure the important design elements that create your desired outcomes don't get value engineered out during construction. And if you need an extra pair of hands to hold down a piece of plywood, we can do that too.
We’ll be there to make sure you don’t get stuck.
There are those moments during a project where you just get stuck. Perhaps what looked great on paper is not working out in reality, or the installation of equipment is not going as planned. Maybe you received a request for solar ready or geothermal ready plans, and you’re not sure where in the process these could be added. Rather than wasting time and money chasing your proverbial tail, contact us for our Construction Guidance. We offer the tools and the know-how we’ve acquired over the years as Middle Tennessee’s leader in home performance.
What’s included in Construction Consulting?
Expert on-site advice gained through years of training and hands-on experience. Imagine being able to call chef Emeril Lagasse every time your potatoes don’t come out right. We’re like the Emeril of the home-performance world. Bam!
One of the services we offer on-site includes a pre-drywall inspection. This helps pinpoint air gaps in air sealing and insulation that would otherwise get covered up by drywall and left unsee, until a problem occurred. Give us a call to discuss our design consultation services and find out more about the other quality checks we offer during the construction phase.
Oh, come on. Isn’t the E3 Consulting team a bunch of desk jockeys? Do you guys really know your way around a construction site?
While we do spend plenty of time keeping our brains busy with the latest design software and debating the merits of degree-days, we like getting our hands dirty just as much as the next guy or gal. Much of our time is spent in the field, putting our ideas and designs to the test. We might wear pocket protectors, but we often use them for hand tools and putty knives.