(0.5 CEU) Welcome to the “House as a System Training.” In this module, we’ll explore how the systems and occupants of a house interact. Specifically, we’ll equip you with information that will help you both answer clients’ questions and clearly explain why certain energy conservation measures are installed.
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By the time you have completed this course, you should be able to:
- Describe how a home’s building components and mechanical elements interact as a system,
- Explain how WAP measures work together to optimize energy efficiency and health and safety,
- List the basic building science principles that underpin common weatherization measures, and
- State examples of commonly installed weatherization measures.