Database of Codes
We went through every code in the United States from Title 24 to ASHRAE 90.1. Not only do we validate the inputs so you don’t have to we also went over everything with engineering best practice!
Easy Geometry Import
Let’s face it, importing geometry into energy modeling tools is really annoying. We don’t make you remodel the building! Even if it is messy, we will take it! Use our robust plugins for Revit and Rhino/Grasshopper.
Instead of relying on experience or prior projects, run hundreds of full building, heat balance simulations to unlock millions of dollars in savings. Our interactive graph lets you see the whole picture with true optimization.
Pick a Plan
All plans include floating licenses for the number of users you need. Change your firm culture!
Change Your Process. Energy Codes are Changing!
Manage energy reporting in real time from one dashboard and upload results automatically to the DDx Dashboard.
Use cost optimization to select the highest performing building for the least cost.
TITLE 24 INPUTS
We went through all 16 climate zones so you don’t have to. Calibrated energy models to meet your targets.
Use the interactive results tab to aid in decision making and share a custom made PDF report with clients.
Every input behind the scenes is validated using the ASHRAE 140 methodology.
Use cost optimization to unlock millions of dollars in the project and be high performance.
Work with your existing model and import geometry to get rapid feedback as the design progresses.
Use an energy model connection that keeps pace with the parametric workflow.
Case Study Examples
For a 27 Million dollar office building, cove.tool allowed a 60% energy performance improvement compared to that baseline for an additional $883,065. This had a payback time less than 10 years.
cove.tool saved 1 million dollars in first cost on a 50 million dollar multifamily building trying to meet the latest ASHRAE energy code.
cove.tool showed a $600,000 in first cost savings for a high performance student center. The owner was able to meet their progressive energy targets for less.