Matt Belcher Matt Belcher is a nationally recognized builder, author, trainer and consultant on the business of high performance building, with more than 30 years experience in the industry. He is the director of the High Performance Buildings Research Center, part of the Midwest Energy Efficiency Research Consortium at the University of Missouri-Columbia, and a principle with Verdatek Solutions, a consulting firm in Wildwood, Mo. He serves on NAHB’s Board of Directors and as a chairman of NAHB’s Green Building & Energy sub-committee, also serving on NAHB’s Building Codes and Standards sub-committees. www
As with traditional construction practices, setting expectations is a large part of the home planning and construction process when building green.
Ventilation strategy at Proud Green Home of St. Louis is key to increased air quality, comfort, and durability
The Zehnder system provides a constant air flow bringing in fresh air from the outside and exhausting stale air from the inside at a very low velocity so it is hardly noticeable
Good HVAC design, equipment, and installation actually begin with the design and layout of the home and how it is constructed.
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