Since the HPC National Conference in Philadelphia in April 2018 we have been following up with contractors and state allies in three critical areas:
Partnering with State Contractor Organizations:
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These points can help anyone to gear up their HVAC unit for chilling summer. Here are some more checklists points are followings:
Here are some more checklists points are followings:
First you should check the thermostat settings to ensure that the heating and cooling system keeps you comfortable and also saving your energy.…
The channel or distribution of air used to cool and heat your home is a collection tube that distributes heated or cooled air to the different rooms. This branch of rectangular or rectangular tubes, usually made of metal plates, fiberglass sheet or flexible plastic and the composite yarn is found in your home. The pipeline system is designed to provide "conditioned" air conditioning - it is heated or cooled by heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) devices - and to…Continue
There are several reasons behind your air conditioning is not working or fail to provide proper cooling, such as the presence of faulty compressor. Apart from that, there are several other reasons too that might affect the proper functioning of your residential AC Unit;
Your AC unit air filter might be clogged or dirty.
It might be due to improper working of fan or fan motor of your AC.
Many of the HVAC contractors are highly trained professionals in commercial and residential HVAC systems. While these systems have many similarities but there are also certain differences that you should know. Here are the four major differences between Commercial and Residential HVAC systems are followings.
Commercial systems are more powerful – As you may know that the commercial spaces are much larger than residential space and often serve a…
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The cost of installing an HVAC unit, such as an air conditioner installation in Laguna Hills, will vary from location to location and system to system. While a ballpark estimate can be provided, there are several factors that must be taken into consideration that will vary dramatically with each situation.
The cost of installing an HVAC unit, such as an air conditioner installation in Laguna Hills, will…Continue
By Alisa Petersen
While much of RMI’s research and analysis on home energy performance has focused on real estate transactions to stimulate the market for home energy upgrades, existing rental housing upgrades remain a critical yet unaddressed issue in reducing the overall footprint of the residential sector in a particular city and nationally—given that …Continue
Added by Kelly Vaughn on May 21, 2018 at 4:17pm — No Comments
Get A Back-Up Generator For Your Home’s “Mission Critical” Power Needs
A power outage can wreak havoc around the house.
The juice goes out, and suddenly you’re left without the…Continue
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By Jeffrey C. May —
Mold can pose serious health risks – especially for people with allergies and asthma. The key to controlling mold growth is reducing moisture, whether from leaks, high humidity or variations in temperature in your home.
Below are ten tips to help you keep…Continue
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Commercial building owners should be aware of changes to the standards for fire detection and fire alarm systems that came into force last year (2017).
The BSI (business standards company) revised its standard for fire detection and fire alarm systems last year. The new changes apply to the standard, BS 5839-1:2017, which covers the planning, design, installation, commissioning and maintenance of fire detection and fire alarm…Continue
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Been fielding a few questions about vog lately:
"Vog is a form of air pollution that results when…Continue
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For years now, many of the most connected North American housing professionals have derived inspiration and guidance from A Pattern Language: Towns, Buildings, Construction, the seminal handbook to community and housing design that was authored by Christopher Alexander…Continue
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CEE’s research team explores and identifies cost-effective…Continue
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On April 24, 2018, Pearl CEO Cynthia Adams received the prestigious Linda Wigington Leadership Award at the 2018 National Home Performance Conference in Philadelphia, PA. Cynthia was introduced to the audience as a change agent, community advocate and industry mentor.
“Cynthia, the impressive work you did at LEAP and now with Pearl Certification stood out to us as truly worthy of our highest honor. The work being done at Pearl is changing the relationship between…Continue
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At this year's national conference and trade show we networked, learned, laughed and grew! Thank you for sharing your week with us.
To recap, together we:
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During Women's History Month, Clean Energy Resource Teams (CERTs) highlights influential women who work to advance Minnesota's clean energy industry. This year …Continue
Added by CEE on May 9, 2018 at 2:00pm — No Comments
The sessions I attended on Health and Housing were fantastic. It’s good to see the home performance community becoming more and more identified…Continue
When it comes to energy, society is at a crossroads. Our existing supplies are heavily based on fossil fuels, a limited and dirty solution. There is no question that we must transition to a cleaner and more sustainable future. Fortunately, there are alternatives to…Continue
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