Healthy Buildings Summit 2019

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Healthy Buildings Summit 2019

Time: October 16, 2019 to October 18, 2019
Location: Seven Springs, PA
Website or Map: https://healthybuildingssummi…
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Joe Hughes
Latest Activity: Sep 18

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The IAQ Training Institute, LLC Healthy Buildings Summit (HBS) 2019 will build on the success of our previous summits. This years theme is: Practice to Research – Flipping the Paradigm. Our speakers and topics have been chosen to help ensure attendees learn how current research and trends in our industry should be changing the way they inspect and remediate indoor environments. Our goal is to help ensure that our industry is using techniques, equipment and standards that are science based.

Learn more: https://healthybuildingssummit.com/

Agenda: https://healthybuildingssummit.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/HBS-2019-Agenda.pdf

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How many BTU required to heat air

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HVAC Contractors Expand Their Role in Home Performance

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Sean Wiens replied to Sean Wiens's discussion How many BTU required to heat air
"Hi David, No we did/do not have water metering. My estimate had a mistake in formulas- SORRY. …"
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David Butler replied to Sean Wiens's discussion How many BTU required to heat air
"you wrote: "I have calculated I would need around 114,600 gals of hot water year" Huh?…"
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Sean Wiens replied to Sean Wiens's discussion How many BTU required to heat air
"Thanks David,  Was just thinking we do not have the large swings in the summer that I think…"
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David Butler replied to Sean Wiens's discussion How many BTU required to heat air
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