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

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Bob, is this related more to homes or to larger buildings?

Homes primarily, but many of the principals apply to both residential and commercial buildings.

So glad to see this topic added.  Not only is this good for building owners, both residential and commercial, it's common sense.  Glad to see IAQ added to energy audits as well.  Have had first hand experience with my own home after an audit was done, after work was done with bad IAQ.  Kudos! 

Hello Bob,

Please add me to the group. 

Thanks!

Jan Stensland

Hello Bob,

Please add me to this group.

Thanks,

Armand Magnelli

I think I am a member... but if not, please add me. Thanks! 

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