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Join our group discussions on indoor environments

Join this new group that will focus on indoor environmental/IAQ issues as they pertain to building performance and resilience!

Started by Bob Krell

6 May 17, 2018
Reply by Vicki Auditore

Carbon Monoxide: Avoiding the Silent Killer - FREE Live Video Webinar on April 16th

Join us for a Live Video Webinar featuring Bill Spohn, President & CEO of Tru Tech Tools, moderated by Healthy Indoors’ Publisher, Bob…

Started by Bob Krell

0 Apr 14, 2018

What Do You Do When You Find Suspected Mold?

Whether in new construction, or in existing buildings, you've likely run into similar conditions at properties.  How to you handle these ty…

Started by Bob Krell

17 Dec 6, 2017
Reply by Daniel Cullen

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Kitchen Ventilation

In many homes, cooking is the largest indoor source of air pollutants. Exposures can be higher in…See More
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David Butler replied to Steve Nations's discussion high rise humidity
"Yes, you should be able to measure differences in RH, especially at the supply, as Sean said. But…"
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Steve Nations replied to Steve Nations's discussion high rise humidity
"Thanks for the replies.  David, do you think I should be able to see any humidity difference…"
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Alice La Pierre commented on Don Fugler's group Kitchen Ventilation
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David Butler replied to Steve Nations's discussion high rise humidity
"@Steve, I concur with Sean's comments. Your client is just throwing money out the window…"
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United Way partners with NEST to help low-income households save energy

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