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Hybrid Heat Pump Water Heater System Design Help Needed
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Please email me if you can help a singlefamily home client (Oakland, CA) who is thinking about adding a Rheem Hybrid Heat Pump Water Heater to an existing "munchkin" plus " 40 gal storage tank"…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Troy Spindler Mar 24, 2011.

 

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Troy Spindler replied to Eliron Hamburger's discussion Hybrid Heat Pump Water Heater System Design Help Needed
"Eliron,  Please keep me in your loop;  I too am looking at using a 50gal. Rheem hybrid heat-pump to do both dhw and space heating with a First Co. air handler.  The Rheem will get it's power from a 9panal 2.12 kW PV system. The…"
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Hybrid Heat Pump Water Heater System Design Help Needed

Please email me if you can help a singlefamily home client (Oakland, CA) who is thinking about adding a Rheem Hybrid Heat Pump Water Heater to an existing "munchkin" plus " 40 gal storage tank" system in order to expand the hydronic floor heating from a single floor of ~1100 sq ft to include a newly buil out basement level of ~1200 sq ft. Thanks, ElironBein' Green Buildingsbeingreenbuildings@gmail.comSee More
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Bein' Green Buildings
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Senior Housing & Care Facilities, Aging-in-Place Focus (including Universal Design)
Energy Efficiency, Indoor Air Quality, Water and Moisture assessments
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When I'm not it or enough, finding the right professionals for every client

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MISSION DRIVEN Triple Bottom Line thinking...
you (my clients) - lower costs & more comfort; a home for whatever life brings your way
us - healthier environment, stronger communities & enough work for all
me (and for my kid) - interdependent business model providing sustainable income
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