Our First Issue is Complete!

Our First Issue is Complete!

 

Yesterday was a great day for our team: We sent our first issue under the Building Performance Journal name to the printer! If you're already a Building Performance Association member, that means you can expect to see your copy in your inbox very soon. If you're not already a Building Performance Association member, you can still join and get the magazine here: https://www.building-performance.org/membership.

Want to know what's inside? Here's a preview of our Table of Contents: 

Features: Diagnosing CAZ Test Failures, Colonial Solar House, Insider's Guide to Saving on Your Electric Bill, Sizing a Replacement Gas Heating System

Trends: Passive House Home Tours, Uncovering Value in High Performance Homes, Are you Compliance Ready?

Plus: BPA news, industry updates, and a ton of digital features like our new talk show and real-time social media feeds

We can't wait for you to see what we've been working so hard on! 

As always, thank you for your support--we couldn't do it without you. 

 

 

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  • This is great news! Congratulations! I really looked forward to getting the Home Energy Magazine and I'm equally exited to learn what's in this one. Thank you for moving forward!

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