Simply better. By design.

The nationally-recognized engineering experience you need.

Degrees of expertise.

With more than 20 years experience in residential and commercial engineering, our principal engineer, Craig Tarr, P.E., sets the standard.

His distinguished credentials and impressive body of work have him in demand for energy analysis, deficiency evaluations, HVAC systems, central boiler and chiller plants, commercial ground-source heat pump systems, plumbing systems and building automation/control systems.

Craig is a licensed professional engineer in 11 states, a LEED accredited professional, and nationally-recognized expert in mechanical engineering. He's been responsible for over $200,000,000 in projects.

Corners are never for cutting.

As a professional engineer, Craig is bound by a code of ethics to not cut corners or create projects of inferior quality.

He will not sign off on your project until he certifies that your installation meets the highest engineering standard for aesthetic design, safety, efficiency, reliability, and durability. Not to mention meeting applicable codes, trade specifications and architectural requirements!

Attention to detail is part of the Energy Concepts difference.

Raising the bar by design.

We bring a new level of engineering expertise to renewable energy.

For every job, we produce a set of professionally engineered (PE) plans that certify your project meets the highest standards. Your design plans are backed by a $1,000,000 design errors and omission insurance policy against errors, omissions, or deficiencies.

We don't make empty promises. We do give you certified professional engineering plans.

What engineering means to you.

Professionally engineered plans clearly define every facet of a project. All stakeholders will fully understand the project before installation begins.

By mastering and documenting the technical specifications in advance, the delays, surprises, and cost overruns frequent in construction are all but eliminated.

Fully engineered plans give clear directions to contractors -- allowing them to focus on what they do best: their trade.