Scott Wood
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Scott Wood replied to Blake Shurtz's discussion Crawlspaces in Bay Area
"Climate is definitely a factor, aseptically in the many varied climates of the SF area. Ground water needs to be controlled even with a complete vapor barrier. Radon mat systems work to remove excess moisture under the vapor barrier, but will not…"
Jan 9
Scott Wood replied to Blake Shurtz's discussion Crawlspaces in Bay Area
"Yes, I agree that it is usually less of an issue in a dry climate. One of the problems I've seen in "dry" climates is if there is any vegetation, watering is required. Even though this can become more of an issue with slab on grade,…"
Jan 3
Scott Wood replied to Joshua Knittel's discussion Google Thermal View? in the group INFRARED THERMOGRAPHY USERS
"The intent of evaluating a building for an energy rating is to include many data points, one of them being thermography. Thermography is a measurement tool with most thermal imagers calibrated to provide an accurate thermal measurement (+-2C or 2%).…"
May 31, 2013
Scott Wood joined Michael Stuart's group
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INFRARED THERMOGRAPHY USERS

This group is dedicated to knowledge sharing and discussion of infrared thermography for building sciences and energy applications.See More
May 31, 2013
Scott Wood replied to Andrew Aliferis's discussion Cost of training and certification
"Yes, clearly as Sean outlined, actual cost for providing classes are high and usually not realized by most. He has listed out many of the costs involved. Not considered is the instructors time; traveling, getting the course materials ready, planning…"
Apr 8, 2013
Scott Wood replied to Andrew Aliferis's discussion Cost of training and certification
"As an instructor for Building Science Thermography classes, I fully understand the cost involved in providing competent training and can attest that $1600 does not cover much if a minimal number of students attend. I've spent a decade…"
Apr 4, 2013
Scott Wood posted an event
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Level I Building Science Thermography Class at Residence Inn by Marriott

May 8, 2013 to May 11, 2013
SWA CONSULTING is offering a Level 1 Infrared training course on May 8 - 11, 2013 in Philadelphia, PA. We provide the only  class that instructs both thermal and building sciences for application specific thermography competency.Register TodaySee More
Feb 28, 2013
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May 9, 2011
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May 2, 2011
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May 2, 2011

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Company
Scott Wood Associates, LLC
Professional Certification
Level III thermographer
Professional Interests
Building Science, Building Forensics, Building Enclosure Evaluation and Testing (heat, air and moisture barriers, Infrared Thermography (energy audit, fan door testing, moisture intrusion, roof scan, defect scan, electrical condition monitoring)
Website URL
http://www.buildingsciencethermography.com
LinkedIn Profile
http://www.linkedin.com/in/scottwoodassociates

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At 2:36pm on May 7, 2011, Diane Chojnowski said…

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