Eric Fulda
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Eric Fulda commented on CEE's blog post Harness high-efficiency LEDs to create the perfect feel for any space
"After 25 (1982-2003) year in the EE lighting business, I always suggested customers buy a few extras and write the installation date on the bulb or retrofit can or fixture, followed by making photocopy or scan of the purchase receipt AND WARRANTY.…"
Apr 6
Eric Fulda shared Craig Bird's discussion on Facebook
Oct 4, 2012
Eric Fulda replied to Craig Bird's discussion What is COSTCO doing?
"Hi Wayne, Where are you located? I'm looking for someone in Reno/Tahoe area. Eric Fulda 408-605-0890"
Oct 2, 2012
Eric Fulda replied to Craig Bird's discussion What is COSTCO doing?
"I contacted Costco and was referred to a Northern CA contractor called K-Designs.com. They called back and explained their products had guaranteed energy savings of 22% on exterior text-coat and attic E-Shield would lower my…"
Oct 2, 2012
Eric Fulda commented on Adam Duke's video
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On the Job w/ Go Green Energy Consulting - Attic Insulation/Air-Sealing

" BPI is pushing air sealing, and not just the recessed lights. Do you air seal the top plates, because insulation doesn't stop air flow.  I keep looking for your air sealing video."
Jan 9, 2012
Eric Fulda commented on Adam Duke's video
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Sealing Rim and Band Joists!

"Good job on the video. Do you have your own spray rig, and how much does that kind of job cost. Seems like 50% or more of your time would be setting up and cleaning up. I'm in CA coastal area so we don't have very many basements, or large…"
Jan 9, 2012
Eric Fulda is now a member of Home Energy Pros Forum
Nov 21, 2011

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25 + years in lighting conservation resulted in over 1 Billion watt removed. Moved on to Green Multi-Unit Developments, Residential, Building Home Performance, Near Net Zero Homes, Thermal and PV Solar, Benchmarking Commercial Buildings, and for fun I'm the volunteerr manage of a community garden, where I teaching edible, native, sustainable and organic gardening.

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At 8:44pm on November 22, 2011, Diane Chojnowski said…

Hi Eric,

Welcome to Home Energy Pros! Feel free to join the conversation in the Forum and Groups. And share your energy efficiency photos, videos and upcoming events. If you're blogging about home performance, this is the place for you!

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Kurt Shafer replied to Jerry Needham's discussion HVAC Question about running fan continuously Vs. setting on Auto so it runs when AC or Furnace runs
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Scott Mills replied to Jerry Needham's discussion HVAC Question about running fan continuously Vs. setting on Auto so it runs when AC or Furnace runs
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Bradford E. White replied to Jerry Needham's discussion HVAC Question about running fan continuously Vs. setting on Auto so it runs when AC or Furnace runs
"Qualified "It Depends" kind of answer. 1. Temperature Perception: There is an intangible…"
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Insulation touches underside of roof in home with no soffit or soffit venting.

I performed an assessment for a recent home buyer and the home inspector they hired when they…See More
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Jerry Needham replied to Jerry Needham's discussion HVAC Question about running fan continuously Vs. setting on Auto so it runs when AC or Furnace runs
"Kurt Thanks for the information on the whole house fan and the advise about leaving the fan on all…"
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James White replied to Jerry Needham's discussion HVAC Question about running fan continuously Vs. setting on Auto so it runs when AC or Furnace runs
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Kurt Shafer replied to Jerry Needham's discussion HVAC Question about running fan continuously Vs. setting on Auto so it runs when AC or Furnace runs
"Jerry, I am a whole house fan expert but not an HVAC expert. However, I have no idea why any HVAC…"
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Jerry Needham replied to Jerry Needham's discussion HVAC Question about running fan continuously Vs. setting on Auto so it runs when AC or Furnace runs
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Luke Langhals replied to Jerry Needham's discussion HVAC Question about running fan continuously Vs. setting on Auto so it runs when AC or Furnace runs
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Ken Summers replied to Jerry Needham's discussion HVAC Question about running fan continuously Vs. setting on Auto so it runs when AC or Furnace runs
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Allison A. Bailes III replied to Jerry Needham's discussion HVAC Question about running fan continuously Vs. setting on Auto so it runs when AC or Furnace runs
"Jerry, as Chris Heenan said below, running the fan continuously will raise the indoor humidity in…"
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Chris Heenan replied to Jerry Needham's discussion HVAC Question about running fan continuously Vs. setting on Auto so it runs when AC or Furnace runs
"In regions with _high_ humidity, running the fan continuously will be put moisture that the…"
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Barbara Smith replied to Jerry Needham's discussion HVAC Question about running fan continuously Vs. setting on Auto so it runs when AC or Furnace runs
"Eliminating continuous furnace fan operation is #3 on list of top ways to cut energy use, in this…"
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tedkidd replied to Jerry Needham's discussion HVAC Question about running fan continuously Vs. setting on Auto so it runs when AC or Furnace runs
"There is no Pat answer. It depends. In a well performing home with proplerly sized equipment and…"
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