HERS Rater Perspective: ASHP Design

Online

Instructor: Michael Simons

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Description

The design of ASHP installations is vital for the effectiveness of the technology. Too often, systems are designed with the wrong piece of equipment, which can lead to gross oversizing and disappointing performance.

In this lesson, we will explore how low-load homes affect ASHP design and learn how to size and design equipment that will improve customer satisfaction, decrease callbacks, and save money.

Participants will:

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Instructor

Michael Simons

Training & Development Manager, Abode Energy Management

In leading Abode’s training and development programs, Mike seeks to help people find joy in their work as they employ sound building science concepts that enhance customer experience. Having helped multiple home performance contractors grow strong through training thoughtful building analysts. Mike is focused on getting people to think the right way away about the...[more]

Course Outline

HERS Rater Perspective: ASHP Design

  • HERS Rater Perspective: ASHP Design (Video - 51:01 minutes)
  • Additional Resources (Text)

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