Healthy Efficient New California Homes – Pilot Study
Study participants wanted. Receive up to $560.
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Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory seeks volunteers who will make their home available for a three-week research study. The pilot study will occur in July and August 2015. We invite your participation if you live in a:

  • Single-family detached house in San Francisco Bay Area or Sacramento area,
  • House built in 2011 or later,
  • Is occupied by a homeowner,
  • Is occupied by at least 3 occupants,
  • Use natural gas for space heating, water heating, and cooking,
  • Has mechanical ventilation (e.g., bathroom exhaust fan, range hood, or other systems),
  • Smoking is prohibited in home.
The study will involve measuring the performance of mechanical ventilation equipment in your home, and air sampling to assess indoor air quality. This data will enable you to gain a better understanding of your home environment.
If you are interested in participating or have questions about the research study, please contact:

Rengie Chan, Indoor Environment Department
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
wrchan@lbl.gov          (510) 486 6570
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