Free Webinar: Tools to estimate moisture and humidity risk, March 6, 12–1pm EST

  • 6 March 2024
  • Start time : 12:00 PM
  • End time : 01:00 PM
  • Event Host : Better Buildings
Free Webinar: Tools to estimate moisture and humidity risk, March 6
Event Description

Dive into moisture management for buildings with our hands-on app session. Learn how to tackle and predict moisture issues using an easy-to-use app built from a Google spreadsheet. Explore charts that make understanding moisture movement simple. Access a handy reference tab for more resources. Join us for a practical, fun session on solving building moisture challenges.

  • Host Company/Organization Name
    • Better Buildings
  • Agenda
    • 1. Understand Moisture Issues: Grasp the basics of building moisture problems and solutions that impact health.

      2. Understand how to apply the moisture app for real-world problem-solving and predicting moisture loads that increase occupant welfare.

      3. Gain skills in interpreting charts to understand better how moisture behaves in buildings and remedy it in a safer way.

      4.Explore the reference tab for a variety of tools and educational materials to enhance your moisture management knowledge.
  • Speakers / Presenters
    • Anthony Cox

      Anthony Cox is the Building Science Manager and Lead Trainer at Community Housing Partners, Energy Solutions division, with over 30 years of experience in Weatherization. Since 1999, he has played a vital role in developing and delivering training programs internationally for the home performance industry.Anthony is the creator of widely recognized training tools like House of Pressure® and H.A.M. House®, designed to illustrate building science principles effectively. Holding a business management degree and licenses in Master HVAC and Residential Building Analysis in Virginia, Anthony is also certified by the Building Performance Institute.Anthony is actively involved in national committees, contributing to the development of industry standards.

      Ben Knopp

      Ben Knopp is a Building Systems and Energy Analyst at Community Housing Partners. He has experience in building science, energy efficiency, and mechanical system research, development, design, and commissioning. His current focus includes energy equity, resiliency, health, and integrating Weatherization with decarbonization of homes in under-served communities. He is an alum of the Clean Energy Leadership Institute Fellowship, a 2019 Innovator with the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab IMPEL+ Program, a 2016 Winner of the Oak Ridge National Lab JUMP Innovation Contest in Water Heating, and holds a US patent for a novel water heating technology.
  • Cost
    • FREE Event
  • Event type
    • Online/Webinar

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