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Better Buildings Support left a comment for Kevin Hanlon
"Welcome to the Better Buildings Residential Network group. We encourage you to share ideas, exchange materials, and connect with others about topics in energy efficiency. You can also register for a Peer Exchange Call or view call…"
Apr 27, 2015
Kevin Hanlon replied to John Poole's discussion Two Part Epoxy and Repair of Structural Wood in the group Historic Home
"With all due respect, Why is this conversation going on in Home ENERGY Pros? This is a conversation for rebuilding or hobbying, but not for residential building energy performance."
Mar 31, 2011
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Historic Home

Historic and vintage homes are significant to our cultural heritage, yet often lack energy efficiency and comfort. Our mission is to identify key issues, solutions, and best practices when retrofitting much older homes.See More
Mar 31, 2011
Kevin Hanlon replied to John Nicholas's discussion Icicles in the group Hall of Shame
"Modulars, Like any home, have the potential to be real disasters. Some are overcoming this rep w/ advanced construction procedures. Others are not. In modular factories I've seen, The foam mentioned is usually just an adhesive to glue…"
Feb 18, 2011
Kevin Hanlon joined Diane Chojnowski's group
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Hall of Shame

In this group, members share an array of images from the field, showing the kinds of issues encountered by home performance professionals in real homes. Each tells a story of how hidden (but fixable) problems in homes can cause high energy bills.
Feb 18, 2011
Kevin Hanlon replied to Rick Hall's discussion What would you suggest? in the group Building Performance Institute (BPI)
"I'd agree w/ the previous post. When going for a worst case test, you only need to measure presssure difference in the CAZ WRT outside. I'm figuring you can get into the CAZ. If required, Measuring exhaust gas for CO and efficiency on a…"
Feb 18, 2011
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Building Performance Institute (BPI)

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Jan 19, 2011
Kevin Hanlon is now a member of Home Energy Pros
Dec 15, 2010

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Company
Horizon RES NH LLC
Professional Certification
HERS rater, provider, QAD, BPI BA
Professional Interests
Weatherization and building performance for existing and new homes.
Website URL
http://www.horizon-res.com
LinkedIn Profile
kevin@horizon-res.com

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At 9:52am on April 27, 2015, Better Buildings Support said…

Welcome to the Better Buildings Residential Network group. We encourage you to share ideas, exchange materials, and connect with others about topics in energy efficiency. You can also register for a Peer Exchange Call or view call summaries.

 

Please visit the discussion forum and select the “Follow” link at the bottom of the page to receive notifications about new discussions.

 

We are pleased to share this group with you and look forward to you and your colleagues joining the conversation.

 

Best,

The Better Buildings Residential Network Team

At 12:11pm on December 15, 2010, Diane Chojnowski said…

Hi Kevin,

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 forget to upload your profile photo. And, add your location on our Member Map!

Thanks!
Diane, HEP Moderator

 
 
 

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