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EFAZ and APS Hosting Huge Welcome Party!!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brandon Walton Jul 31, 2014. 1 Reply

If your in Arizona on August 20th, stop on by and check it out!APS Home Performance Program Q&A w/new leader Maggie Gibbs!Join Efficiency First Arizona (EFAZ) in welcoming Maggie into her new…Continue

Tags: Performance, Home, Arizona, First, Efficiency

12 Things Every Home Performance Contractor Should Have on Their Work Truck

Started this discussion. Last reply by Don Fitchett Jul 29, 2014. 3 Replies

Every home is unique and differs from the last. It would be a perfect world (from a project planning standpoint) if every home were a cookie cutter from the previous install, however this is not…Continue

When is it too windy to use blower door?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Iain Walker Aug 10. 17 Replies

It has been a windy week out here in Phoenix, AZ this past week.I have a few tricks that I have used that works only sometimes. I use an empty plastic water bottle and put my reference to outside…Continue

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12 Things Every Home Performance Contractor Should Have on Their Work Truck

Posted on July 27, 2014 at 3:19pm 2 Comments

Every home is unique and differs from the last. It would be a perfect world (from a project planning standpoint) if every home were a cookie cutter from the previous install, however this is not always the case. I have been in the construction industry doing remodeling and even building new residential homes for over 25 years. Along the way I have run into some interesting situations in which I was not prepared and wished I was. Although this has been sometimes fun and challenging at times,…

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