CEU Sunday - A Comprehensive Home Assessment

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CEU Sunday - A Comprehensive Home Assessment

Time: January 8, 2012 from 1pm to 5pm
Location: GREEN JOBS TRAINING CENTER
Street: 102-10 159 RD 2ND FL
City/Town: HOWARD BEACH NEW YORK 11414
Website or Map: http://greenjobtrainingcenter…
Phone: 718-659-1205
Event Type: continuing, education, presentation
Organized By: Green Jobs Training Center
Latest Activity: Dec 29, 2011

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A Comprehensive Home Assessment!
The only way to ensure maximum energy savings and increased comfort is to evaluate every aspect of the home.
Green Jobs Training Center Comprehensive Home Assessment pinpoints sources of high energy consumption and health and comfort issues such as air leaks, insufficient insulation, moisture, defective ducts, gas leaks, ventilation, and inefficient lighting and appliances. Green Jobs Training Center is an expert in building science training and offers comprehensive home assessment training designed to accurately diagnose all comfort and energy issues in your house. Our instructors are highly trained and certified in many designations through the Building Performance Institute  and know how to  thoroughly inspect, test safety, and evaluate all the components of the home, treating it as a completely integrated system, instead of just four walls and appliances.
We take into account the principles of building science, the dynamics of air flow and moisture, and how household equipment interacts with each other and a home’s construction. Knowing how the system works as a whole allows you to accurately pinpoint root causes of problems and then go beyond the usual symptomatic spot repairs and quick fixes. This course has continued education credits attached to it through the Building Performance Institute for BPI certified professionals. 4.0 BPI CEU’s

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