While Indoor Air Quality is not a new concept, it is gaining a lot of attention and will have lasting positive effects moving forward.
When the typical person hears the word ventilation it can call to mind different pictures. For most it probably is thought of as a fairly new technology routed somewhere in the mind 1900’s.
On the surface air exchange is a fairly simple concept. Taking the air inside your home and replacing it (or exchanging it) with fresh outdoor air.
As working from home and schooling from home continues to be the norm, a side effect can be higher energy usage and bills.
A trend in the building industry is towards Net Zero homes. The goal of a Net Zero home is to be able to provide all the energy needed for the home without using outside sources.
We are constantly surrounded by sound. It is all around us. We also have ways to measure sounds. Some people might be familiar with the term Sones.
We are living in a very unique time in history. Now more than ever, indoor air quality (IAQ) along with fresh air has become a topic of much discussion.
Over the past few blog posts we have been looking at code compliance and the difference between meeting the code and exceeding the code.
In our last post we highlighted codes around exhaust fan performance. In this post, we are going to look at kitchen ventilation, specifically range hoods.
There is a commonly used four-letter word in the building industry that typically elicits a range of emotions – code.
What do you call it when nearly 70,000 of your friends get together for a few days? The 2020 International Builders’ Show.
Across the country builders, contractors, and home improvements professionals have a challenge they have to meet on projects – code compliance.