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Discussions with tag 'Extreme Weather'

FREE Webinar: Residential High Performance and the Three R's: Resistance, Resilience and Recovery, Aug 19, 10 -11 am Central Time

by Allison Friedman // Rate It Green Admin

High-performance, energy-efficient homes feature carefully designed strategies to maintain the integrity and functionality of the building envelope. These measures include continuous control layers to

Filed under: Resilience

Keywords: Climate Change,Sustainability,Flooding,Reslience,High-Performance,Extreme Weather,Natural Disasters,Building Envelope

0 replies | 702 views | Posted on: 08/10/2020 | Last updated: 08/10/2020

Mini Split Compressor Placement in Cold Climates (Think about Snow and Other Conditions)

by Allison Friedman // Rate It Green Admin

It’s important to think about mini split condenser location in cold climates where it’s likely to snow, or really where anything will affect the proper functioning and longevity/durability

Filed under: Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning (HVAC)

Keywords: HVAC,Extreme Weather,Heating,Mini Splits,Snow,Compressors,Weather

2 replies | 2390 views | Posted on: 02/03/2022 | Last updated: 04/20/2022

Making Homes More Disaster Proof; Reaction to Grace & Corbett Lunsford and Matt Risinger

by Rate It Green Team



Our homes and buildings have to become more adaptable and resilient, which means they must be able to endure different conditions and changing occupant needs, and they must also be weather&n

Filed under: Resilience

Keywords: Resiliency,Resilience,air sealing,Electrification,Extreme Weather,Moisture,Corbett and Grace Lunsford,Matt Risinger,Matt Hoots

0 replies | 105 views | Posted on: 05/23/2022 | Last updated: 05/23/2022