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ACI (Affordable Comfort, Inc.)

ACI (Affordable Comfort, Inc.) is a nonprofit organization providing cutting-edge information, education and best practices in the area of residential building construction known as home performance and weatherization. Through national and regional educational and networking events, ACI provides innovative building science knowledge presented by renowned industry experts focused on advancing residential energy efficiency nationwide. It is our vision that every family has a home that is safe, healthy, durable, and energy-efficient. For more information on ACI, visit www.affordablecomfort.org.

Website: http://www.affordablecomfort.org
Location: Moon Township, PA
Members: 63
Latest Activity: Jan 26

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Comment by Robyn Hall on April 26, 2012 at 10:50am

The #ACICali agenda is being released next week. Register now and receive the pre-agenda discounted rate! www.acicalifornia.org

 

Comment by Robyn Hall on April 24, 2012 at 8:42am

Do you have a great idea for a new session at #ACI13 Nat'l Home Performance Conference in Denver? Submit it here. ow.ly/ascng

Comment by Robyn Hall on April 24, 2012 at 8:41am

Hear @ACI_Nate audio conversations about #ACICali, June 5-6, in Sacramento! ow.ly/atZkU

Comment by Robyn Hall on April 24, 2012 at 8:41am

U.S. Veterans: The GI Bill Will Reimburse for BPI Certification Testing! ow.ly/au5oU

Comment by Robyn Hall on April 11, 2012 at 12:12pm

Mark Your Calendar: ACI California Home Performance Conference, June 5-6, in Sacramento, CA. www.acicalifornia.org. #ACICali

Comment by Robyn Hall on April 11, 2012 at 11:58am

Photos from the 2012 ACI National Home Performance Conference, March 26-30, in Baltimore can be viewed on Flickr. Click here to view.

 

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Paul Raymer posted a blog post

Rocket Science?

The old expression when something is supposed to be simple is to say that, “This is not rocket…See More
5 hours ago
Sean Lintow Sr replied to Jim Gunshinan's discussion Tax Time Blues
"Well if I had to guess your credit will be 0 as it used to be up to $1500 & wasn't as hard…"
5 hours ago
Hannah Miller commented on Adam Flowers's blog post Comfort as a Selling Point
"Hello Adam! I hope you are still messages from this site. I just was forwarded your post and it…"
14 hours ago
Michael Dunseith replied to robert jones's discussion Should your local weatherization company be required to have someone BPI certified on their staff?
"Why the concern with airflow around heating and domestic pipes? Most are inside the envelope. What…"
16 hours ago
Tom White posted a video

Weatherization to Home Performance -- Tools & Tips for Developing For-profit Services

Are you a low income weatherization contractor looking to add home performance work you your services? The Home Performance Resource Center, Efficiency First, and NCAF present resources developed through expert industry engagement. While many of the…
18 hours ago
Jim Gunshinan posted a discussion

Tax Time Blues

There is a tax credit available to homeowners who have walls insulated. The credits were continued…See More
18 hours ago
Bruce Glanville replied to robert jones's discussion Should your local weatherization company be required to have someone BPI certified on their staff?
"I have been testing homes for my state utility as a baseline residential load data collection…"
18 hours ago
Stan Kuhn replied to Jim Gunshinan's discussion When your shower is in your kitchen...
"I think this is in the wrong Forum, it belongs in Hall of Shame.  One the dumbest ones…"
20 hours ago

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