Heating, cooling solutions key in high-performance building
Lennox has been among the leaders in the effort to help builders move construction of high-performance single- and multifamily homes from niche to mainstream.
Through a series of energy efficient heating and cooling solutions, the company has long worked with developers to devise strategy on how developers can best integrate their solutions into structures to raise indoor air quality to peak levels.
Scott Curtis, manager of new residential construction for Lennox, attended last month’s Energy & Environmental Building Alliance (EEBA) High Performance Home Summit in Atlanta to meet with builders and others on the advances in HVAC technologies. He also spoke about how the high-performance building industry has made significant strides in recent years.
Topics: Building Owners and Managers, Construction Firms, Energy Saving Products, Healthy & Comfortable Buildings, HVAC - Heating, Cooling, and Ventilation, Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), Interiors, Multifamily / Multiunit Residential, Technology, Ventilation
Companies: Lennox Industries
Commercial builders are seeing the advantages of building with insulated concrete forms, including faster build times and lower labor requirements.
Huber uses collaboration to increase relevancy in industry
While many municipalities are still using the 2009 Energy Codes, the 2018 editions are under preparation for use in the residential building industry.
EEBA summit provides chance for builders to learn, share ideas
'Whatever you build, they will buy'
EPA uses EEBA to create synergy with those in green building industry
Builders use event to share ideas, learn new strategies
Mini split ductless heat pumps are making waves in the high performance home market.
Lennox among several businesses at EEBA summit looking for progress industry
Similar to cruise control in a car, the variable-speed water-to-water accelerates and decelerates continuously.
There is a lot of science behind toilet flushing, more than the average consumer tends to realize.
Regardless of whether a building has a tank or tankless water heater, the water in the lines between the water heater and the fixture loses heat