Top 10 ways to reduce wasted energy, conserve water and improve indoor air quality.
Join us for our June 12 Lunch and Learn at
7330 N. Dreamy Draw Drive, Phoenix, AZ 85020.
Summer is coming
If John Snow was from Arizonafell, instead of Winterfell, he would be warning to get ready for summer. There are several things you can do as the temperatures heat up that may be on your annual to-do list. However, after years of doing forensic studies of houses to find what are the causes of occupant complaints, as well as thousands of inspections and verification testing of residential construction, Kirsten Shaw with Lifelong Home Renovations and Advanced Energy Efficiency has identified key items that are probably not on your to-do list. During the June Arizona Green Chamber lunch and learn Ms. Shaw will explain the top 10 things you can do to your home that reduce wasted energy, conserve water and improve the indoor air quality.
Kirsten Shaw bio:
Homes designed, built or renovated with care contribute to the family's comfort, health and safety. Kirsten Shaw learned this often-overlooked concept through nearly two decades of teaching building science to home builders and weatherization crews, inspecting and testing homes under construction, performing sick building syndrome forensic investigations and comprehensive energy audits. Additionally, she was the Green Rater for over 200 homes that earned LEED for Homes or ENERGY STAR Certification.
Before launching her first business, Advanced Energy Efficiency, she taught life sciences at ASU and local community colleges. Now, as the principal/owner of Lifelong Home Renovations and a licensed Residential and Light Commercial General Contractor, Kirsten applies building science to perform greener, smarter home renovations and in building new homes.
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