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D. Allen Hughes, PE
The average family spends roughly half of its household energy bill on heating and cooling. In many cases, this is a number that can be significantly reduced with a few weatherization, insulation, and ventilation improvements. Many of these fixes can be installed with just a little time and work, and they can make a big difference in the bottom line.
The scope of this course is to serve as a primer in the various methods available to seal a home. It is intended to serve as a first step in understanding how homes can leak air, and why, in many instances, once the problem is identified, the solution is simple.
This course includes a multiple-choice quiz at the end, which is designed to enhance the understanding of the course materials.
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