28 Oct '15, 11pm

We’re Doing Residential Energy Efficiency All Wrong

We’re Doing Residential Energy Efficiency All Wrong

Every new furnace or air conditioner is a unique chance to make substantial improvements to the efficiency of a home, when paired with air sealing and insulation. Yet these upgrades are seldom performed simultaneously because consumers do not know that many of the problems in their home (hot/cold rooms, asthma, allergies, icicles, frequent illness, etc.) can be substantially reduced with a carefully designed upgrade. Because of this lack of knowledge, home performance projects simply aren’t sold in large numbers.

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