Luke Langhals
  • Athens, OH
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Luke Langhals replied to Benny Saroukhani's discussion Fresh air vent
"David, I'm not sure I can agree with the idea that an ERV operating continuously will distribute moisture from periods of showering in any quantity that would lead to an interior moisture issue. Generally, most ERV systems are pulling air from…"
Sep 6
Luke Langhals replied to Benny Saroukhani's discussion Fresh air vent
"David is absolutely correct that ERV systems independent of the furnace fan will always perform better. Best case scenario for efficient fresh air -- installing the HRV/ERV to extract independently from bathrooms and the kitchen. While…"
Aug 31
Luke Langhals replied to Benny Saroukhani's discussion Fresh air vent
"The amount of CFM pulled through that fresh air duct will be completely unconditioned. Obviously adding that amount of load to the A/C and Furnace. Let's assume it is 50-80 CFM of unconditioned air coming into the return whenever the central…"
Aug 30
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
"If an E/HRV system is installed in unison with the furnace ducting -- you might consider making the ventilation system operate in unison with the furnace fan. Many clients choose to run both systems on a timer set to activate for 20 minutes each…"
Aug 20
Luke Langhals commented on Efficiency First California's blog post Is Health The Future of Home Performance?
"I received a call from a recent ERV installation stating that she painted a bedroom in her house. She said the house smelled terribly of paint fumes (naturally...) and she had hoped her ERV would help alleviate the issue. Upon some over-the-phone…"
Jan 8

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UltimateAir Inc
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Ventilation, Energy Efficiency, Passive House, Net Zero,

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Ohio's Most Efficient Rental

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Image 1: The 100K project was designed to have a widely open concept. The home includes 2 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms. The 850 sq ft floor area allows for an open interior feel with maximum utilization of every inch.

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At 10:06am on August 9, 2016, Diane Chojnowski said…

Hi Luke,

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!

Thanks!

Diane, HEP Moderator

 
 
 

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David Butler replied to Brett Little's discussion Do ductless systems do better on the HERS?
"Hi Sean, my comment re: actionable cooling load was about the application of ductless, not related…"
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Sean Lintow Sr replied to Brett Little's discussion Do ductless systems do better on the HERS?
"Assuming same efficiency - apples to apples - off the top of my head the only way a ducted system…"
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David Butler replied to Brett Little's discussion Do ductless systems do better on the HERS?
"By 'actionable', I mean the load is such that the homeowner actually needs to use A/C, as…"
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Brett Little replied to Brett Little's discussion Do ductless systems do better on the HERS?
"When you say actionable cooling loads you mean higher than heating loads?  I need to see…"
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David Butler replied to Brett Little's discussion Do ductless systems do better on the HERS?
"Since the Home Performance Forum archives are hosted on a different server with different software,…"
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tedkidd replied to Gordon Smith's discussion Duct Cleaning? Good value or a waste of money?
"Why are they calling? Get 4 or 5 why's. Are supplies dirty?! Why!! In most cases, changing…"
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