Jeff Wendland
  • Saginaw, MI
  • United States
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Dennis Cheslik left a comment for Jeff Wendland
"Hello Jeff, I just had to say hello to you when I noticed you were from Saginaw. That's my home town. I live in Texas now, but, my brother lives out on Gratiot Rd. there and my sister lives on South Wheeler. Glad to see there are green efforts…"
Jun 4, 2012
Jeff Wendland commented on Jeff Wendland's blog post The “Passive House:” Finally a Reality
"Hi Paul, We are certified through PHIUS and follow the Passive House standards. We show our certifications our certifications page."
May 4, 2012
Cody Farmer commented on Jeff Wendland's blog post The “Passive House:” Finally a Reality
"Great summary Jeff. I've found Passive House to be a great solution to the on going debate of knowing how green it is. This is a game of energy reduction and PHPP has become a fantastic baseline. Creating a successful Passive House is truly…"
Apr 20, 2012
Paul Bowman commented on Jeff Wendland's blog post The “Passive House:” Finally a Reality
"Your site uses the name Passive House, but it doesn't say anything about a specific standard or certifying organization. Is there an organization, e.g. PHIUS, involved? If so, why don't you provide that clarifying info on your site? If…"
Apr 19, 2012
Jeff Wendland's blog post was featured

The “Passive House:” Finally a Reality

In years past, the idea of the “passive house” was only a dream. In concept form, the passive house was one that minimized energy losses and operated at maximum energy efficiency. The result would be a home with little to no monthly energy expenses and a fraction of the environmental impact of most homes. Amazingly, the passive house is no longer just a dream; in fact, it’s become a reality. Several companies are able to build passive homes for everyday consumers, creating a huge shift in what…See More
Apr 12, 2012
Jeff Wendland posted a blog post

The “Passive House:” Finally a Reality

In years past, the idea of the “passive house” was only a dream. In concept form, the passive house was one that minimized energy losses and operated at maximum energy efficiency. The result would be a home with little to no monthly energy expenses and a fraction of the environmental impact of most homes. Amazingly, the passive house is no longer just a dream; in fact, it’s become a reality. Several companies are able to build passive homes for everyday consumers, creating a huge shift in what…See More
Apr 9, 2012
Jeff Wendland is now a member of Home Energy Pros
Mar 27, 2012

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Company
Phoenix Home Performance
Professional Certification
BPI, HERS, PHIUS, Michigan Saves
Professional Interests
Green homes, solar installations, insulation, home energy audits, HVAC
Website URL
http://www.zerohomeenergy.com/

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The “Passive House:” Finally a Reality

Posted on April 9, 2012 at 6:45am 3 Comments

In years past, the idea of the “passive house” was only a dream. In concept form, the passive house was one that minimized energy losses and operated at maximum energy efficiency. The result would be a home with little to no monthly energy expenses and a fraction of the environmental impact of most homes. Amazingly, the passive house is no longer just a dream; in fact, it’s become a reality. Several companies are able to build passive homes for everyday consumers, creating a huge shift in…

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At 4:37pm on June 4, 2012, Dennis Cheslik said…

Hello Jeff,

I just had to say hello to you when I noticed you were from Saginaw. That's my home town. I live in Texas now, but, my brother lives out on Gratiot Rd. there and my sister lives on South Wheeler. Glad to see there are green efforts underway around my old stomping ground. We are trying to push zero energy down here as well. Best of luck.

Dennis Cheslik

dennis@greentexenergysavers.com

At 3:23pm on March 29, 2012, Diane Chojnowski said…

Hi Jeff,

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!

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