Houses That Work for Existing Homes: Remodeling for Energy Efficiency - Chicago

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Houses That Work for Existing Homes: Remodeling for Energy Efficiency - Chicago

Time: June 8, 2012 from 8:30am to 4:30pm
Location: Chicago Marriott Oak Brook
Street: 1401 W. 22nd Street
City/Town: Oak Brook
Website or Map: http://www.marriott.com/hotel…
Phone: 630-573-8555
Event Type: training
Organized By: Nancy Bakeman
Latest Activity: May 23, 2012

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Chicago-Houses That Work for Existing Homes:

Existing Homes: Remodeling for Energy Efficiency

  • Learn the fundamentals of air, heat and moisture flow and see how they can be applied to remodeling existing homes to make them more efficient, safe, healthy, durable and comfortable.
  • Apply the building science to common remodel projects such as roofing, re-siding, weatherization, kitchen & bath replacements, windows, foundation & basements and HVAC upgrades.
  • Identify process changes needed to cost effectively implement energy efficiency in remodel projects
  • Learn about the successes of other remodelers who have benefited from implementing energy efficiency objectives into remodel projects.

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