Guide to the LEEDuser Forum: Check Existing Discussions First
The overall LEEDuser forum has two types of specific forums:
1) Credit-by-credit forums. If your question is about a specific credit (or a couple of them), click here for a menu of credit forums to post your question.
2) LEED forums on general topics that don't fall under a specific credit or a primary credit.
If you click the link below, you will be starting a NEW general forum.
Before you do that, please know that 95% of the time, you'd be better served by posting your question under one of our existing credit forums (see above), or under one of our existing general forums. Why? Existing forums are already visited by users who have subscribed to those topics. Posting there means that more people will see your question/comment and be able to respond.
To post to an existing general forum, see the helpful links below. (Again, if your question is about a specific credit, or even a couple of them, please see our menu of credit forums.)
- LEED rating system selection – What rating system should I use?
- Minimum Program Requirements (MPRs)
- Project Information Forms
- Determining FTEs
- Multiple building and campus issues
- Performance periods
- LEED Online, reviews, submittals, appeals, etc.
- Required signatories
- Cost of LEED
- LEED Credential Maintenance
- LEED v4
- LEED for Homes
- LEED Canada
- Is your question about a possible approach to an Innovation credit? Please use the IDc1 forum.
- Is your question about this forum itself, including when to expect a reply, or about your LEEDuser account? Please review our FAQs.
Haven't found what you're looking for? Is your question about a general LEED issue, or a LEED Online form that is not specific to a single credit? Before you post, please search existing discussion threads. You can also use our site search function. (Hint: to look for discussion threads in particular, include the word "topic" in your search—for example "ASHRAE 90.1 topic".)
If none of the above options have worked for you, please go ahead and start a new discussion topic.