Jason Raddenbach
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New PV system. What is your experience with different panel manufacturers?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jason Raddenbach Apr 25, 2013. 12 Replies

I am about to pull the trigger on having a 5.9kW system put on our home/office, but honestly PV systems are kind of outside of my realm of expertise (I mostly work within air sealing and insulation…Continue

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Jason Raddenbach replied to Larry Nissman's discussion Strange IR Image
"I think Sean is onto the answer. The blotchyness makes me think they may have used a spray can primer like "Killz" in a can to cover water damage or mold. If they shot it on there thick enough it could create a thermal difference. How did…"
Feb 16
Jason Raddenbach replied to Beverly Lerch's discussion Fireplace drafts
"Steve, Chimney dampness is a much bigger problem in the UK than it is in the US. It is because of the weather difference and the chimney structural differences combined. But you are correct that you do not want to trap moisture inside of a chimney…"
Jan 2
Jason Raddenbach replied to Beverly Lerch's discussion Fireplace drafts
"In existing homes I have not seen the outside air intakes executed very well. Most times they are without dampers. Worse yet, in prefab fireplace configurations they terminate inside chimney chases instead of outside. So they just end up being…"
Dec 15, 2016
Jason Raddenbach replied to Beverly Lerch's discussion Fireplace drafts
"I think the number of chimney draft excluding products is a testimony to what a problem the fireplace can be with the efforts to make a home more efficient and also meet the demands of the homeowner. Here is a list of the products out there right…"
Dec 15, 2016
Jason Raddenbach liked Rob Madden's discussion Blower Door Testing With James Brown...
Dec 15, 2016
Jason Raddenbach replied to Beverly Lerch's discussion Fireplace drafts
"Marco, The trouble with the Lock top and Lymance or any top seal damper, is that when you bottle a chimney at the top and leave it open at the bottom, you still leave room for cold air to enter the home through the firebox. Basically the chimney is…"
Nov 28, 2016
Jason Raddenbach replied to Mark Rogers's discussion Foam Plugs for Duct Leakage Testing
"I am sorry I didn't see this earlier Mark. I am sure by now you have found a solution since you posted this question back on Nov 11. However, I was going to mention to you that I have seen a 9x15 Chimney Balloon as a boot plug in a pinch. It is…"
Nov 17, 2016
Jason Raddenbach replied to Dale Hoffmeyer's discussion Friends and Family Referral Marketing
"I know a PV Solar installer that gives a $1K kickback to any customer of his that refers a new customer to him that results in a signed install contract. That is a pretty generous kickback, but it incentivizes the heck out of his current clients. If…"
May 26, 2016
Jason Raddenbach replied to Craig McManus's discussion Inventions that save energy, licensing to a US manufacturer?
"Hi Craig, Are you looking for someone to buy out your idea, or to manufacture and market it and give you a royalty kickback as they build the brand? I might know a guy that can show you the way to the latter. If you don't mind me asking...why…"
May 26, 2016
Jason Raddenbach liked Craig McManus's discussion Inventions that save energy, licensing to a US manufacturer?
May 26, 2016
Jason Raddenbach replied to John Carton's discussion Smoke Puffer stick
"There are basically 3 types of puffers: 1) The acid variety that you are already familiar with. As you said already they are made by www.retrotec.com  (makes the big brown one) and TT Puffer (makes the little white one) but be careful with…"
Oct 8, 2015
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The RCC Classroom (Radiant Control Coatings)

A group where energy professionals can learn about all the different energy saving aspects of RCCs.  I have worked with one particular RCC for 30 years.  I have amassed alot of information I can share.  Everyone knows, accepts and understands how RCCs work as a 'Cool Roof' coating.  However, that seems to be where the knowledge on these products different energy saving applications abruptly stops.  I hope to change that with this group. There are over 300 protective coatings out there and they…See More
Sep 4, 2014
Diane Chojnowski left a comment for Jason Raddenbach
"Welcome to Home Energy Pros! Feel free to join the conversation in the Forum and Groups. And share your energy efficiency photos, videos and upcoming events. If you're blogging about home performance, this is the place for you! Don't…"
Jun 10, 2013
Jason Raddenbach replied to Jason Raddenbach's discussion New PV system. What is your experience with different panel manufacturers?
"Hi Danny, I do have a freezer that is about 15 yrs old in the garage. I know it is my "low hanging fruit" to all of my consumption. I keep it because I garden and hunt and I keep it full with the fruits of that labor. I have measured it…"
Apr 25, 2013
Jason Raddenbach replied to Jason Raddenbach's discussion New PV system. What is your experience with different panel manufacturers?
"Thank you James, I may be able to get some EFSH readings from my installer of similar 6 kWh installs they have done. Granted the numbers wont match exactly because every install is different, but I can see how calculating the EFSH gives true apples…"
Apr 25, 2013
James White replied to Jason Raddenbach's discussion New PV system. What is your experience with different panel manufacturers?
"Jason, I work for an electric utility and do a lot of work with our customers that generate solar power.  SunPower makes a great module.  They are one of the most efficient solar modules (20%), which means it takes fewer modules to…"
Apr 25, 2013

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