Looking for someone to do a webinar on ERVS and HRVS. Any interest?

Looking for someone to do a webinar on ERVS and HRVS. Any interest?

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Brett,

I'm interested in preparing a webinar.  

BS Building Construction, 1991

BPI BA Professional, 2009

Dealer/Installer for Venmar (then Broan) Fresh Air Systems since 2010

Best,

David

David - Get me at Brett.Little@greenhomeinstitute.org

We have been using a few different types and styles.  From individual apartment to shared units per floor on code built, ENERGY STAR and Passive.  Along with many homes...  The rep for REnew Aire John Sufferer has been a good resource for the HVAC guys.  I think it a great topic.

Personally I would like to hear what people think of using a ERV for bathroom ventilation in cold climates.

As long as it has a defrost function. The new cores are much improved for cold climates. 

I think it is a great idea. We see it more and more.  Thanks for sharing, I will reach out to John potentially as well. 

I would be happy to do a webinar. I am an expert in home ventilation after selling whole house fans for a decade and inventing the world's highest performance rooftop whole house fan. 

What do you have in mind? 30 minutes??

Kurt Shafer

951 296 3611

http://www.invisco.com

PS why don't you do it?

O I am not that smart but I appreciate it. I will certainly help facilitate the discussion. 

Email me at Brett.Little@greenhomeinstitute.org

Construction Instruction, Mark LaLiberte, Justin Wilson, and Gord Cooke do a great job and I believe already have a webinar. 

I see you are in Grand Rapids MI. I would suggest contacting Chris McTaggart with Building Efficiency Resources. Super knowledgeable and in your area.

Chris is solid for sure. We are not necessarily needing anyone local since it is a webinar. Thanks! 

Great. Yes. They do good work. We may take it a slightly different direction but I could ask them too. 

Please email me what happens next to kurt@invisco.com

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