Scott Suddreth
  • Blowing Rock, NC
  • United States
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Scott Suddreth commented on Macie Melendez's blog post The Google Earth of IR Images—Q&A With Storm Duncan
"Didn't we see this approach in Home Energy (front cover) a few years back looking at Canadian satellite map info? It seemed like the discussion was is this process LEGAL? I was told by Advanced Energy in Raleigh that they met legal resistance…"
Jun 7, 2012
Scott Suddreth is now friends with Jamie Kaye and Kevin Scott
Mar 3, 2011
Scott Suddreth replied to Jon LaMonte's discussion Duct Sealing Spray From the Inside
"This product typically can only seal small holes 1/4 inch or less. For the overall cost, your better off buying a bucket of mastic and mesh tape and doing it the old fashioned way. This might be an option for brand new systems but many older ones…"
Feb 24, 2011
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Dec 28, 2010
Scott Suddreth replied to Paul Raymer's discussion CAZ Depressurization limits for Oil Burners
"Paul, We see lots of fuel oil in the NC mountains where we have been training BPI for over 2.5 years now. After many discussions with several trainers i have come to the conclusion that the fuel oil burner should be classified the same as an induced…"
Nov 22, 2010
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Nov 13, 2010
Carol A. Markell left a comment for Scott Suddreth
"Scott welcome!"
Nov 7, 2010
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building performance engineering
Professional Certification
HERS Rater/BPI -BA/EP/HTG/AC/WHALC - Trainer/Proctor
Professional Interests
Building Science Training
Combustion Safety
Renewable Energy Technologies
Curriculum Development
Saving the world!
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http://www.buildingperformanceengineering.com

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