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The reHABITAT Guide: For Energy- and Resource-Efficient Retrofit Strategies
BuildingScience.com’s Energy Efficiency Retrofit Guides
Habitat for Humanity's U.S. Sustainable Construction Standards manual
Energy Efficiency Resources
Project examples of Habitat for Humanity’s sustainable building
Started by Diane Chojnowski Oct 13, 2015.
Residential energy efficiency…Continue
Started by Diane Chojnowski Sep 2, 2015.
A net zero home in Columbia Missouri. Affordable, efficient, and attractive. Lile Engineering donated time to help plan the energy systems and model energy use, assisting Habitat to create an…Continue
Started by Diane Chojnowski Jan 1, 2013.
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Started by Diane Chojnowski Dec 24, 2012.
I want to test static pressure for Energy Star version 3 in a split heat pump with the air handler in an interior closet so it does not have any return air duct the filter is in the slot at the bottom of the air handler. The inspection form requires 2 inputs a supply side static pressure (I took it in the riser plenum attached to the Air handler.) and a return side static pressure that is supposed to be between the filter (slid in the bottom of the Air handler) and the blower fan. The contractor says he doesn't think he needs to take the return side static pressure because there are not any return air ducts but he will not allow me to drill a hole in the cabinet between the filter slot and the blower. What do you suggest I do to get an accurate number?
Thank you in advance for any help you can offer.
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