What is the correct way to use the word Rescheck? Should I use REScheck or Rescheck?
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What is the correct way to use the word Rescheck?
Today on the Reschexpert blog we want to talk about the word Rescheck and all the ways that you might use it in context of blog post, formal paper, or other living document. The Department of Energy owns Rescheck and the software that is used to create Rescheck reports. We striclty use the software to generate Reschecks and help others create Rescheck reports as independent consultants. We are in constant awe of the amazing job that Department of Energy does with Rescheck Web and Rescheck Desktop so forgive us if this blog post digs a little to deep at the word Rescheck.
So the proper way to notate the word Rescheck is with the first three letters of the word Rescheck capitalized, like this REScheck.
The capital RES is part of the Department of Energy’s trademark and is presumed to stand for the word residential is REScheck softwares pertain to residential construction.
In your blog posts you will not always find the word REScheck spelled with the first three letters capitalized and this is because our grammar checker software has a major problem with it and by the time we override the word REScheck in our blog posts and webpage several hundred times we find ourselves missing many actual grammatical errors that might severly diminishy our reading experience at the Reschexpert blog.
So the formal way to spell REScheck in a research paper or online is with the first 3 letters capitalized. However, once you have established that you are indeed talking about Rescheck software we find it perfectly acceptable to switch over to the less formal spelling of Rescheck and have found that people will generally understand that REScheck and Rescheck can both be used interchangibly in less formal documents, building permits, and when speaking with your building deparment or construction managers.
We thank you for reading this blog post on the proper way to notate Rescheck when spelling the word in your documents. We hope it has been helpful. If you need help with a REScheck report you can email pdf plans, jobsite address, and square footage to email@example.com and we will get you taken care of.