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If ‘thermal comfort’ is a first principle reason for housing, then one would think practitioners within the building industry should be able to roll the fundamentals off their tongues like an old Beatles classic. The term is common throughout industr
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Emily Kemper posted a discussion
Hi folks, as states begin to "open back up" following widespread shut downs due to COVID-19, we understand that several programs are disallowing the use of blower door testing moving forward due to the (obvious) concerns presented by moving a large…
12 hours ago
Bob Krell’s blog post was featured
Healthy Indoors Show May 14, 2020 —Contractors and consulting performing Building Performance and Weatherization work often are faced with properties that have moisture and mold/microbial issues. In many cases, their only option is to defer doing th…
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Jim Gunshinan posted a blog post
When the first edition of Green Building Illustrated came out in 2014, I thought it was clearly written and illustrated, and packed with good information for aspiring architects and engineers, as well as veteran building and mechanical design profes…
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Bob Krell posted a video
Healthy Indoors Show May 14, 2020 —Contractors and consulting performing Building Performance and Weatherization work often are faced with properties that have moisture and mold/microbial issues. In many cases, their only option is to defer doing th…
yesterday
Bob Krell posted a blog post
Healthy Indoors Show May 14, 2020 —Contractors and consulting performing Building Performance and Weatherization work often are faced with properties that have moisture and mold/microbial issues. In many cases, their only option is to defer doing th…
yesterday
Scott Katznelson replied to Scott Katznelson's discussion Insulating a scissor truss
"Interesting ideas. The walls are zip sheathing, taped at all edges, with a rain screen between the zip and the siding. I think it should be quite air tight. There is a soffit and ridge vent on all of one side and part of the other (this is an additi…"
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Michael Johnson replied to Scott Katznelson's discussion Insulating a scissor truss
"I'm not a fan of vented (open) attics/roofs. If your air barrier is well established to the interior of the walls (with Intello or the like), it is continuous and contiguous, then just blow the attic. If the air barrier is not well established, yo…"
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Scott Katznelson replied to Scott Katznelson's discussion Insulating a scissor truss
"Hi Michael. Its a gable roof. Depth of truss is about 5 feet, with about a 1 foot heel. What's your thought?"
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Michael Johnson replied to Scott Katznelson's discussion Insulating a scissor truss
"Scott,Is this new construction? What is the depth of the truss (ceiling to roof deck)? Is this a shed roof?Michael"
yesterday
Building Performance Association posted an event

Jun 2, 2020 from 3:00pm to 4:00pm

Zoom Webinar

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Building Performance Journal’s blog post was featured
Have you returned to working in the field?
As the info (constantly) evolves, Santa Fe Community College’s EnergySmart Academy presents a four-hour online course that has spread nationwide as—dare we say—the course to take to prepare home performance…
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Matt Hoots posted a video
How is a countertop GOOD for indoor air quality? What is a GREEN Countertop?If Any type of cleaner can be used on it- that is good so you can use ones that don't off gas.If the countertop does not have chemicals in it that emit into the air- that is…
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