Craig A. Lawson
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Craig A. Lawson replied to Evan Riter's discussion Making crawlspaces conditioned space
"Should have qualified our location. Climate Zone 2, Santa Rosa where we had 1580 HDD in 2011 and have 1453 HDD to date.  So given "our mild climate zone," does anyone have data that supports the additional expense for a…"
Dec 25, 2012
Craig A. Lawson replied to Evan Riter's discussion Making crawlspaces conditioned space
"I'm curious if anyone has data on conditioned crawlspaces in mild climate zones, like California.  It seems all of the responses listed are from areas with more temperature/humidity extremes."
Dec 20, 2012
Craig A. Lawson replied to Eric Timon's discussion BPI to Adopt ASHRAE Standard 62.2010?
"Let us not forget that 62-89 does not exist anymore, and hasn't for over a year.  I'm glad to see BPI finally adopt this current standard, and get the non-existant standard off their…"
Jun 21, 2012
Craig A. Lawson commented on Allison A. Bailes III's blog post This Winter Is 37% Warmer than 2010-11 (by Heating Degree Days)
"There's 12 months.  Here's the data taken from the KSTS station Station: SANTA ROSA SONOMA COUNTY, CA, US   (122.81W,38.51N) Station ID: KSTS Month…"
Feb 20, 2012
Craig A. Lawson commented on Allison A. Bailes III's blog post This Winter Is 37% Warmer than 2010-11 (by Heating Degree Days)
"Santa Rosa, California    2/1/09 to 1/1/10 = 4,220 HDD 2/1/10 to 1/1/11 = 4,098 HDD 2/1/11 to 1/1/12 = 4,183 HDD     100 year average = 3,019 HDD   In our local, it begs the question, "Where's the…"
Feb 20, 2012
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Feb 26, 2011
Craig A. Lawson replied to Jon LaMonte's discussion Duct Sealing Spray From the Inside
"                We just completed an Energy Upgrade on a home that had the FAU replaced with a 90% sealed combustion unit. The HVAC Contractor who sold our client the FAU the year before,…"
Feb 26, 2011
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Nov 15, 2010

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Company
CAL Custom Building Services, Inc.
Professional Certification
BPI - Certified Building Analyst
Professional Interests
Build it Green - Advanced Certified Green Building Professional
Efficiency First - North Bay Chapter
The Construction Coalition - Steering Committee
North Coast Builder Exchange - Board of Directors, Green Building Committee Chair
CalCERTS - HERS BPC
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http://www.calcbs.com
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