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We are past the point of who's fault is it....
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A client had a new double wide set (27x56) in1997 a couple years later had an addition (27x20) to the west side with 27x20 attached garage to that addition, the general contractor tells the client a…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Eric Kjelshus Jan 13.

Implementing ASHRAE 62.2
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I work with a C.A.O. here in Ohio under the W.A.P. now that D.O.E. requires implementing ASHRAE 62.2  2010 as of PY 13 and 62.2  2013 in PY 14 my concern is accomplishing this correctly.The…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Thom Knoll Oct 19, 2013.

 

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billy g pinnick jr replied to Mike Kandel's discussion Did you know that changes have been made to BPI's BA certification upgrade criteria?
"where can you find anything on the software modeling of energy upgrades? on a webinar 1/17/14  BPI Standards and Certificates there didn't seem to be any programs specified. I asked a question if ORNL's NEAT and MHEA are inline with…"
Jan 23
Eric Kjelshus replied to billy g pinnick jr's discussion We are past the point of who's fault is it....
"The manufacture home has higher SP ( rated Static Pressure) supply and no return  so some are rated to .8 to 1" in water vs most res are .5 in water.  Most Manufacture homes have a little room off the hall way  so the fan is a…"
Jan 13
billy g pinnick jr replied to John Wes's discussion Any good supply distributors in Ohio?
"Blevins (just outside of Dayton) for mobile homes/ Applied Energy for equipment and supplies, I think they are in the Akron area"
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We are past the point of who's fault is it....

A client had a new double wide set (27x56) in1997 a couple years later had an addition (27x20) to the west side with 27x20 attached garage to that addition, the general contractor tells the client a bigger furnace will be needed. He (general contractor) brings in his HVAC guy who installs a furnace clearly stamped "Installation for site built only", the front of the return box was hacked out to provide for a 16x20 filter plus the back has a run coming off of it into the master bed closet with a…See More
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We are past the point of who's fault is it....

A client had a new double wide set (27x56) in1997 a couple years later had an addition (27x20) to the west side with 27x20 attached garage to that addition, the general contractor tells the client a bigger furnace will be needed. He (general contractor) brings in his HVAC guy who installs a furnace clearly stamped "Installation for site built only", the front of the return box was hacked out to provide for a 16x20 filter plus the back has a run coming off of it into the master bed closet with a…See More
Dec 14, 2013
Thom Knoll replied to billy g pinnick jr's discussion Implementing ASHRAE 62.2
"In your recent post, Billy, it sounds like you are talking about adjusting the whole-building flow as the local "appendix A" deficit changes, but with the new fan the required flow shouldn't increase; it should have been reduced if…"
Oct 19, 2013
billy g pinnick jr replied to billy g pinnick jr's discussion Implementing ASHRAE 62.2
"A big THANK YOU to everybody responding ! The wealth of untapped knowledge and experience in this field is mind boggling and I urge all of us newbees (only 5yrs here) to utilize this site and others like it to get that knowledge and experience…"
Oct 19, 2013
James Correira replied to billy g pinnick jr's discussion Implementing ASHRAE 62.2
"Thanks Jim, I am familiar with the work done in Wisconsin. Unfortunately we have not advanced that much despite those findings. My suspicion is that as the results of ARRA are being realized, the need to address ventilation is coming to the…"
Oct 18, 2013
Jim Gunshinan replied to billy g pinnick jr's discussion Implementing ASHRAE 62.2
"Hi James and Others in the conversation. I may be biased, because I edit the thing, but Home Energy Magazine has an article by by MARTHA BENEWICZ and ROBERT PARHURST from 2005 about how Wisconsin WAP handled the 62.2 requirements that you…"
Oct 18, 2013
James Correira replied to billy g pinnick jr's discussion Implementing ASHRAE 62.2
"Thanks Bill, This is the type of information that can help drive the funding needed to do the job right the first time. I will share this with my network immediately. Good stuff! "
Oct 18, 2013
bill lazar replied to billy g pinnick jr's discussion Implementing ASHRAE 62.2
" try this:  http://m.npr.org/news/front/174393981 The Community Asthma Initiative has served more than a thousand families over the past seven years. It costs about $2,300 per family — not only for staff time, but also for things…"
Oct 18, 2013
James Correira replied to billy g pinnick jr's discussion Implementing ASHRAE 62.2
"Thanks for weighing in Bill, I am very interested in the Boston Healthy Homes report that you refer to. I was not successful searching the Boston NPR site (WBUR). Please share any other link you may have to this information. While I have no…"
Oct 18, 2013
bill lazar replied to billy g pinnick jr's discussion Implementing ASHRAE 62.2
"There was an interesting study done in Boston on healthy homes. I think you can find it on the NPR website. they made some indoor air improvements, not with WAP protocols, and documented reduced health crisis.  I'm in Florida and have some…"
Oct 17, 2013
James Correira replied to billy g pinnick jr's discussion Implementing ASHRAE 62.2
"Thank you Mr. Raymer, your feedback is very much appreciated and helpful. In respect to the gentleman from Ohio's questions, and my experience in WAP sites, I continue to pursue equipment recommendations that are suitable for WAP…"
Oct 17, 2013

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At 2:17pm on October 5, 2013, Diane Chojnowski said…

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