Air sealing a home to reduce air changes per hour can be a daunting task for builders old and new. Insulation professionals are in a perfect position to help builders understand where the air is lost, and how to seal up small and large holes to meet code requirements and performance expectations. In this session, our presenter Kevin Weer will discuss detailed framing techniques, product and application concepts for air reduction, and simple tricks to help reduce unwanted airflow into the home before and after the sheetrock has been installed. 

Kevin Weer graduated from Bob Jones University with a degree in Carpentry and Construction Management. After graduation, he spent ten years building custom homes with a custom home building company. While there Kevin developed his passion for high performance home building and implementing building science best practices into construction methodology. As a HERS Rater over the last ten years he continues to help builders build better performing, longer lasting, and healthier homes by guiding clients through the learning curve associated with high-performance home building with education, collaboration, and third-party inspection.

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