David Berg
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David Berg replied to Patrick Michaelyan's discussion Insulating the "walls" of a mansard-style roof.
"If the sheathing is being removed, then installing a layer of rigid foam under new sheathing is appropriate.  There should be a non condensing insulation layer adjacent to the "roof" sheathing.  In the DC climate zone this is…"
Dec 5, 2013
David Berg replied to Mike Kandel's discussion BPI's October Stump the Chump! in the group Building Performance Institute (BPI)
"looking at the information provided: 1 - is the system a multistage unit to better match load as well as zoning demands. 2 - is the heating capacity properly matched to to home demand - does the backup heat run? 3 - is the cooling capacity too large…"
Oct 26, 2012
David Berg joined Leslie McDowell, BPI's group
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Oct 26, 2012
David Berg replied to Bob Blanchette's discussion Cooling blower off delay vs. Humidity
"Good question. According to the technical documents the humidistat can be wired in and call for cooling operation with the the blower operation profile that is setup on the dip switches. "
Jun 29, 2012
David Berg replied to Bob Blanchette's discussion Cooling blower off delay vs. Humidity
"This unit is a TRANE UY120R9V5V gas furnace installed with a 5 ton Trane coil and 4 ton Trane compressor."
Jun 29, 2012
David Berg replied to Bob Blanchette's discussion Cooling blower off delay vs. Humidity
"My home also has variable speed blower and a special blower setting to maximize system performance and moisture extraction.  I have attached an extraction from the air handler documentation showing how the blower operation can be moderated.…"
Jun 29, 2012
David Berg replied to Bob Blanchette's discussion Cooling blower off delay vs. Humidity
"Some manufacturers have a ramp down and in some cases a ramp up fan behavior (variable speed blowers) that run at lower speeds for a few minutes at the end and beginning of the cooling cycle to extract more moisture from the air stream.  This…"
Jun 28, 2012

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Mar 26, 2012
David Berg commented on Ed Voytovich's blog post NOx NOx "Who's There?"
"In my Testo 327-2 analyzer, there is a NO filter that removes the NO before the CO sensor.  It is one of the maintenance items that has to be replaced when the absorbing chemical is consumed.  Are you concerned about the CO readings or the…"
Mar 26, 2012
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Dec 16, 2010
David Berg is now a member of Home Energy Pros
Nov 30, 2010

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Company
DSB Energy Services
Professional Certification
BPI, RESNET
Website URL
http://www.dsbenergy.com

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Brett Little commented on Tom White's video
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The Future of Housing - And How Airtightness Can Help

"It's very true! So many people and contractors have tons of insulated attics but no air seal…"
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Chris Leach replied to Richard Beyer's discussion "The Dangers of Using Spray Foam Insulation"
"The problems will surface soon enough . Why don't we take a second look at this over rated…"
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tedkidd replied to Bob Blanchette's discussion How does Cycles Per Hour affect real world AFUE?
"Want to spot a simpleton? It's a guy who thinks EE and comfort are disconnected.  Want…"
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tedkidd commented on Tom White's blog post Clean Energy Works Oregon: Total Home Performance
"Nice post Tom! I really like how he puts that. Leveraging interests so they can optimize…"
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Kent Mitchell commented on Tom White's blog post Clean Energy Works Oregon: Total Home Performance
"As a contractor in the region - we frequently wonder how/why you can be a non-profit?  Oregon…"
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