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NCBPA invites you to register for the second annual North Carolina Building Performance Conference being held September 1 - 3 in Wilmington, NC!
The conference includes three days…"
"Yes, I know they do. My load program gives specific numbers as well as averaging for types of construction. I'm all for software giving us better and more accurate load considerations. Still, I have to note that I'm not in the business of…"
"Air changes are given in estimated fashion on ANY load calculation program. For example, if I have an old house with "loose" construction or a new home with "tight" construction, I am given a set of values to consider. Duct loss…"
"LOL yeah. I just have to laugh when I read all this babble. Load calculations are not only essential to occupant comfort and energy management, they are required by a number of states. To suggest that contractors are performing load calcs for…"
"I use a manual J and N load program and manual D based sizing for every single new installation and replacement project I perform.
Not all contractors are interested in short cuts and keeping their heads buried in t the sand as it relates to…"
The conference includes three days of business and technical workshops, networking events and social activities, site tours, fun competitions and much more. All North Carolina home and building performance professionals are welcome to attend.
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