Keeping homes dry and warm is essential for an effective controlled environment. Controlling air flow has been overlooked as a key aspect of achieving these goals. Air flow affects indoor air quality, comfort, building durability, condensation, combustion safety, recurring mold, icicles and more. We will explore these and other issues and show how uncontrolled air flow can be the common link among many problems in homes. Air sealing solutions will also be presented. While "homes have to breathe", we will discuss what that means in a practical sense rather than it being a justification for sloppy installations and poor assemblies.
When: Friday, March 10th, 2017
Where: Nicor Gas Building 1844 Ferry Rd, Naperville, IL 60563
We are now offering this course at a reduced rate of $44 through our Patnership with Illinois Home Performance! Click the link below to register for this course through Event Brite!
The Building Sceince Training Series draws upon local and regional experts to impart specific technical skills to local contractors. The course address topics that have been identified as relevant for Illinois contractors in order to prepare them for quality whole-home energy upgrade work and participation in the Illinois Home Performance program. This series is made possible through funding from the Illinois Energy and Recycling Office at the Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity.