Efficiency First

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Efficiency First’s live webinar series is focused on all things home performance-- from the in’s and out’s of home performance business strategy, to certifications, standards, incentives, technical know-how, policy, and advocacy updates. Many of our webinars qualify for BPI CEUs. This series is free for members and $50 for non-members.

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"How to Meet Your Customer’s Demand for Healthy Homes"

Tuesday, January 31st 9:00AM-10:30AM PDT/12:00PM-1:30PM EST
Approved for up to 1.5 BPI CEUs

The New Year often ushers in thoughts of “getting healthy.” In addition to doing extra sit-ups and eating more spinach, homeowners today are also contemplating getting their homes “in shape” and healthy as well. Perhaps they have a problem with mold from a poorly ventilated shower (According to the EPA all molds have the potential to cause health effects – including producing allergens that can trigger allergic reactions or even asthma attacks) Or they may be getting air infiltration from a contaminated attic or crawlspace (Over 80% of the air we breathe in our homes comes in from attics, crawlspace and garages.) And what about the years of filth and dust that has accumulated in their leaky air ducts? (Duct leakage is a major contributor to contaminated air entering the home.) Panelist Ken Summers, VP of Training for Comfort Institute, has more than 30 years of expertise in analyzing, diagnosing and SOLVING a plethora of home performance “health” issues. He will share with attendees specific strategies they can use to help solve customer’s home performance challenges and requests for a healthy home. Participants will also learn more about how duct sealing can single handedly eliminate many IAQ issues.

Panelist:

  • Ken Summers, VP of Training for Comfort Institute

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