About Ecolibrium Energy Solutions
Just an energy advisor working with residential contractors, helping them to build better houses.
Why? Because she loves it!
Having worked in the residential construction industry for more than 15 years - primarily in residential fenestration - Tessa was ready for a change. She loved her position, but also wanted to branch out on her own. Having recently completed a Bachelor’s in Business Administration, she knew she had the skills to run a company.
So, she started looking at options and quickly realized that energy advising was a perfect fit. A mixture of math and science, analysis, and field testing; part office work, (so she can hang with her dogs), part site visits (because people are cool too!), part consulting and part investigating. Ecolibrium Energy Solutions was born in 2019. A few years in and she wouldn’t trade this profession for the world.
Tessa Hall is an Energy Advisor who works with local contractors and homeowners to meet energy code requirements, reduce consumption and cost of monthly energy bills through whole home evaluations including site assessments and consulting. She has been interested in energy efficiency for as long as she can remember. Growing up in Eastern Ontario where houses are beautiful, full of craftsmanship and quirks but drafty and expensive to run, she experienced energy poverty first hand.
In all of her work, she strives to make sure that the end users of homes she evaluates don’t have to encounter the same. Her biggest achievements are her clients’ successes. Tessa loves to help people reach their goals, whether it’s exceeding an airtightness target or giving an old house new life by making it more comfortable and healthy to live in. She works with all types of projects from small renovations to multifamily developments with the same thoughtful approach.
A passionate life-long learner, Tessa is always looking to further her knowledge base and add value for her clients. She has recently completed training in Integrated Design Facilitation, and HVAC training for equipment sizing. Although she does not enjoy being the center of attention, she is always happy to speak to the public about energy efficiency and design. Tessa has co-hosted podcast discussions and webinars with FGIA, given public presentations on the BC Energy Step Code, and works with local energy efficiency groups in her community to support energy literacy.
When she’s not working, Tessa enjoys the company of her two dogs and her husband in the home they’ve recently completed a deep energy retrofit on. Reach out to Tessa through social media, email or better yet, give her a call. She would love to hear about your project and figure out how she can help.