Free 3-E Energy Audits Save Money By Identifying Proper Insulation Needs

Mechanical Insulation Industry Professionals contractors use cutting-edge 3E Plus Program software that enables customers to see the many benefits that can be attained through proper insulation. This audit can help you make sure your facility is properly insulated — so you can SAVE ENERGY & MONEY with a 3E Insulation Energy Audit.

MIIP incorporates the 3E Appraisal Process to calculate the need for insulation installation, upgrade or maintenance – helping customers recognize potential cost savings of operating their systems with the proper insulation upgrades. Contact MIIP to receive a free audit!

3E Plus is used to effectively calculate the necessary thickness of insulation based on Return On Investment (P.O.I.), installation costs, tax rates and maintenance. With this tool, MIIP is able to provide customers with exceptional R.O.I. because proper installation of mechanical insulation systems provides quicker return than nearly any other energy efficiency investment.

Importantly, the 3-E Plus Program addresses the use of mechanical insulation in new construction and existing systems for all industrial, commercial, medical, educational and residential uses. Even in the U.S. Congress, legislation exists that would provide a tax incentive for the installation and maintenance of mechanical insulation.

U.S. House Resolution 2866 and U.S. Senate Bill 1526, “Mechanical Insulation Installation Incentive Act of 2011,” propose to amend the Internal Revenue Code to allow the additional tax deduction for the cost of installing mechanical insulation. MIIP fully supports these bills — and the use of free 3-E energy audits.

 

Legislation to Reward Mechanical Insulation Use Must Move Forward

The Mechanical Insulation Industry Professionals fully support the use of mechanical insulation in new construction and existing systems for all industrial, commercial, medical, educational and residential uses. After all, research shows time and time again that mechanical insulation is the one component of any project that immediately begins paying for itself as soon as a properly insulated system is activated.

A group of well-meaning U.S. Congress members have it completely right with their legislation that would provide a tax incentive for the installation and maintenance of mechanical insulation.

U.S. House Resolution 2866 and U.S. Senate Bill 1526, “Mechanical Insulation Installation Incentive Act of 2011,” propose to amends the Internal Revenue Code to allow the additional tax deduction for the cost of installing mechanical insulation.

Clearly, supporters of this legislation understand the many advantages of properly applying mechanical insulation to mechanical systems. Mechanical insulation saves money and energy, helps the environment and helps maintain systems and keeps them running their best.

The bills are continuations of the “Mechanical Insulation Installation Incentive Act of 2009” and are, unfortunately, sitting in committee, much like its predecessors.

MIIP would like to see Congress act upon this important legislation and make it law — so that the responsible construction industry that recognizes the advantages of mechanical insulation can be better encouraged and rewarded to use properly installed mechanical insulation.