I'm in the market for a new insulation machine and am unhappy with my existing plug in machine because it's broken down too many times in the field. I'd like to see what insulation machines other…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Eric Kjelshus on Friday.
Arizona is starting an Efficiency First Chapter to have a unified voice for the local home performance market. I'd like to see what other HEP members have done in their local chapters as initiatives,…Continue
Started Feb 7, 2014
When it comes to keeping your HVAC system maintained, nothing is more important or easier than making sure your filters get changed out every month or two. Dirty, neglected filters have real affects on your AC system that end up costing you more in repairs and early replacement down the road than if they were changed regularly.
When the air filter gets dirty it becomes restrictive to airflow passing through it, so your…
Posted on August 24, 2015 at 1:00pm
Let me first start by confessing my guilt... Guilt for being bored easily, guilt for wanting praise, even if it is a pat on my own back for an achievement... Guilt for being a millennial... On the other hand I enjoy working in teams and I encourage frequent communication between all team members from admin staff to auditors, sales staff and crew members to improve our workflow. Yes, I am a millennial, but let me add that there is nothing that makes me cringe more than the excuses I get from…Continue
Posted on June 24, 2014 at 4:30am — 3 Comments
An article published in the NY Times, titled, "How To Get A Job At Google" got me thinking about one of the most innovative companies in the 21st century. Google, the people who want to "organize the world's information", was named one of the best places to work in 2012 and 2013 not only because of the free food 24-7, but also because of their culture and the Googlers who work there. It is a place that many in the tech world aspire to work at one time or another. In…Continue
Posted on February 26, 2014 at 9:59pm
I recently published an article on Green ID's home energy blog and in the DOE's Home Energy Pros on an energy efficiency product, giving a review of its effectiveness and ideal situations. The review was not a negative one but I did point out some weak areas of the product. The review made it on Home Energy Pros featured blogs and caught the eyes of the CEO of the product. He was obviously concerned about any negative press because he contacted me through…Continue
Posted on January 1, 2014 at 2:10pm