Christopher Robinson
  • Bucksport, ME
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NOW HIRING WEATHERIZATION TECHS - MAINE

High end, established Home Performance Contracting company is looking for the right person to join our growing company. Candidates need to have basic construction/ carpentry experience and a passion for energy efficiency. The right candidate also has great personal communications skills and is comfortable speaking with all types of customers. Experience in energy auditing and/or weatherization is a plus. A BPI certified person would be ideal and would lend itself to a higher pay range.This is a…See More
May 1
Quinn Korzeniecki left a comment for Christopher Robinson
"Hi Chris! Congratulations - you correctly guessed last month's Stump the Chump! To recognize this accomplishment, we will include your name and a link to your company website (Penobscot Home Performance) in the September edition of the BPI…"
Sep 8, 2015
Christopher Robinson joined Sean Lintow Sr's group
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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
Aug 24, 2015
Christopher Robinson replied to Quinn Korzeniecki's discussion Let's Play Stump the Chump! What's Wrong with this Picture? in the group Building Performance Institute (BPI)
"I think due to the angle of the camera, the upper half of the building is reflecting the sky (which is cold)."
Aug 24, 2015
Christopher Robinson joined Building Performance Institute's group
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Building Performance Institute (BPI)

BPI is the nation's premier standards development, quality assurance and credentialing organization for residential energy efficiency retrofit work.See More
Aug 24, 2015
Christopher Robinson replied to Luis Hernandez's discussion Hot roof insulation opinion for North eastern area
"Your biggest concern is going to be moisture and ventilation. Typically, your air barrier and your vapor barrier are aligned in the same plane, and allow the building to dry to inside, or dry to the outside depending on alignment. In the Northeast,…"
Aug 13, 2015
Christopher Robinson added a discussion to the group Job Board
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Hiring:Weatherization Techs MAINE

Title: Weatherization Technician Duties and Responsibilities: Blower door setup and testing; Making energy efficient improvements to the home such as air-sealing using one and two part foam and insulating (mostly cellulose and rigid/ spray foam); We also install various types of ventilation such as exhaust fans and HRV’s; Informing customers of other energy saving opportunities; Keeping a meticulously clean working environment; Work Environment: This position requires working outside in the…See More
Aug 13, 2015
Christopher Robinson joined Diane Chojnowski's group
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Job Board

This group is for posting jobs related to all aspects of the home performance industry including energy auditors, technicians, and weatherization pros.See More
Aug 13, 2015
Diane Chojnowski left a comment for Christopher Robinson
"Hi Christopher, 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…"
Aug 12, 2015
Christopher Robinson is now a member of Home Energy Pros
Aug 6, 2015

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Company
Penobscot Home Performance
Professional Certification
BPI Building Analyst Professional
Professional Interests
Energy efficiency, cellulose insulation, closed cell spray foam
Website URL
http://www.penobscothomeperformance.com
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Christopher Robinson

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At 7:06am on September 8, 2015, Quinn Korzeniecki said…

Hi Chris! Congratulations - you correctly guessed last month's Stump the Chump! To recognize this accomplishment, we will include your name and a link to your company website (Penobscot Home Performance) in the September edition of the BPI newsletter. Keep an eye out for it in the next week or so and share it with your friends! Congratulations again and remember, you can also send along a stumper of your own to challenge others!

Best,

Quinn Korzeniecki

Senior Communications Associate, BPI

At 7:13am on August 12, 2015, Diane Chojnowski said…

Hi Christopher,

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

 
 
 

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