Bryan Gabriel
  • Concord, NC
  • United States
Share on Facebook Share on Facebook Share

Bryan Gabriel's Friends

  • Energy Wise Solutions

Bryan Gabriel's Groups

 

Bryan Gabriel's Page

Latest Activity

Bryan Gabriel commented on Michael Dunseith's photo
Thumbnail

Stack effect

"Can someone explain how this apparatus demonstrated the stack effect? Thanks!"
Feb 3
Bryan Gabriel commented on Larry Ralph Jr's photo
Thumbnail

Indianapolis Crawl Space Encapsulation

"Looks good. Any problems with off-gassing from SPF or plastic?"
Feb 3
Bryan Gabriel replied to John Proctor's discussion Unvented Gas Space Heaters – Continued Delays
"Following to learn more."
Feb 2
Bryan Gabriel commented on Barbara Smith's video
Jan 30
Bryan Gabriel replied to Jim Tenhundfeld's discussion LED's and motion sensors
"Do you mean https://www.rabweb.com/  "
Jan 26
Bryan Gabriel replied to Jim Tenhundfeld's discussion LED's and motion sensors
"As with any motion detecting device, make sure the light source (LED) is not too close to the motion/light sensor. If so, if could cause a "feedback" behavior, similar to what you described."
Jan 26
Bryan Gabriel liked Sean Lintow Sr's discussion Radon - Passive Systems
Jan 12
Bryan Gabriel liked John Shillito's discussion Moisture/Mold on rim joist;
Jan 12
Bryan Gabriel liked Mary Sinkler's discussion Lighting replacement - 300 watt LED flood light
Jan 12
Bryan Gabriel replied to Sean Lintow Sr's discussion Radon - Passive Systems in the group Best Practices (Residential)
"In a new build, seems like a good idea to add the basic components."
Jan 5
Bryan Gabriel joined Sean Lintow Sr's group
Thumbnail

Best Practices (Residential)

Best Building, Retrofitting, or even Auditing Practices - what are they, what should change, what needs to find it's way to the dust bin of history?See More
Jan 5
Bryan Gabriel liked Don Ames's blog post 10 Ways to Cool a House Without Air Conditioning
Jan 5
Bryan Gabriel replied to Kevin Emerson's discussion Studies re: radon mitigation and energy efficiency
"It seems to me that a newly-constructed home with a proper vapor barrier installed below the slab would greatly help reduce radon infiltration into a home.   How has more modern construction practices, such as building code changes and energy…"
Nov 23, 2016
Bryan Gabriel replied to Beverly Lerch's discussion Fireplace drafts
"Nice job!  Mine looks a lot like yours.  Where did you get the cover and how much?  Thanks! --Bryan Gabriel"
Nov 23, 2016
Bryan Gabriel liked Chris Laumer-Giddens's blog post Raising the BARrier in North Carolina Mountain Home, Air Tight Ceiling
Sep 19, 2016
Bryan Gabriel commented on Amber Vignieri's blog post Elevate Energy Mythbusters: Windows & Attics Edition
"Good info to read about, thanks for posting."
Jun 30, 2016

Profile Information

Company
Energy Consultant
Role in Home Performance Marketplace
Energy auditor / assessor / analyst, Energy efficiency / Weatherization program administrator or implementer / evaluator, Government: local, Other

Comment Wall (3 comments)

You need to be a member of Home Energy Pros to add comments!

Join Home Energy Pros

At 9:37am on May 11, 2016, Diane Chojnowski said…

Hi Bryan,

Welcome to Home Energy Pros. Feel free to join the conversation in the Forum and Groups. And share your energy efficiency photos, videos and upcoming events. If you're blogging about home performance, this is the place for you!

Don't forget to upload your profile photo.

Thanks!

Diane, HEP Moderator

At 7:54am on May 11, 2016, Energy Wise Solutions said…

Hi Bryan,  we just completed a no utility home at our headquarters in Bessemer City. 

I have attached a copy of the press release. 

Please plan to visit sometime. Press%20release%2C%20Wise%20Homes%2C%204_14_16.pdf

At 4:30pm on May 9, 2016, Energy Wise Solutions said…

Welcome Bryan.  hope we can work together on a project soon.  Kevin Smith 

 
 
 

Featured Forum Discussions

Too many BTU's. Too much horsepower?

Started by Steve in General Forum. Last reply by Eric Kjelshus yesterday. 4 Replies

Stack/wind pressure and flow networks.

Started by Daniel James Grundy in Training. Last reply by Daniel James Grundy on Thursday. 5 Replies

BDT with vermiculite in hollow CMU walls?

Started by Brad Cook in General Forum. Last reply by John Nicholas on Thursday. 2 Replies

Strange IR Image

Started by Larry Nissman in General Forum. Last reply by Brad Cook Mar 9. 7 Replies

Videos

  • Add Videos
  • View All

Latest Activity

Derrick Brodanex joined allen p tanner's group
Thumbnail

Energy Auditing Equipment for Sale, Trade or to Purchase

Discuss the pros and cons of the equipment you are interested in prior to purchase. Post equipment…See More
3 hours ago
Eric Kjelshus replied to Steve's discussion Too many BTU's. Too much horsepower?
"Its more about run time with high RH removing, than to large over sized AC unit, in houses.  …"
yesterday
Sarah OConnell posted a blog post

Crowdsourcing for Innovation

Share Your Ideas!Novel Building Envelope Design for Increased Thermal PerformanceIn 2014, more than…See More
yesterday
Colin de Paor is now a member of Home Energy Pros
yesterday
Walter Ahlgrim replied to Steve's discussion Too many BTU's. Too much horsepower?
"The 5 ton system you have is not 500 hp racecar engines they are 500 hp truck engines. The duct…"
Friday
Daniel James Grundy replied to Daniel James Grundy's discussion Stack/wind pressure and flow networks.
"So I wanted to start with a basic who can help then go into more detail later. But yes find…"
Thursday
Daniel James Grundy replied to Daniel James Grundy's discussion Stack/wind pressure and flow networks.
"My tutor got back to me and while areas don't quite feel right a little to much assumptions…"
Thursday
Brennan Less replied to Daniel James Grundy's discussion Stack/wind pressure and flow networks.
"Daniel, I'm assuming you're trying to predict the airflows through the different openings…"
Thursday

Home Energy Pros

Welcome to Home Energy Pros – the unique digital community by and for those who work in the home energy performance arena.

Home Energy Pros was founded by the developers of Home Energy Saver Pro (supported by the U.S. Department of Energy) and brought to you in partnership with Home Energy magazine.  Home Energy Pros is sponsored by the Better Buildings Residential Network. Please honor our Guidelines

© 2017   Created by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service