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Ductless Heat Pumps – Part 1: All-Electric in Design and Construction Series

June 20 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am


All-Electric in Design & Construction Series

Incorporating all-electric systems into residential and small commercial projects can be a bumpy road, but understanding the nuts and bolts of specific systems helps smooth out the process. By identifying and reviewing specific products and manufacturers, we’ll provide architects, builders and owners with the tools to easily go from design and permitting to construction and operation.

This is a five-part series to pick-and-choose, or take all five:

Part 1: Ductless Heat Pumps will address ductless heat pumps for heating and cooling. They are generally visible in the room (wall or ceiling mount or recessed).

Part 2: Ducted Heat Pumps will address ducted or semi-ducted heat pumps for heating and cooling.

Part 3: Domestic Hot Water will focus on Heat Pump Water Heaters but will include limited applications for electric resistance water heaters.

Part 4: Ventilation and HRV will look at exhaust fans, ducted ventilation and heat recovery ventilators.

Part 5: All-electric Home Appliances looks at cooktops, dryers, grills and other appliances that could transition from gas fuel to all electric.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand system operations and different features between product lines
  • Learn the pros and cons of various products to be able select appropriate equipment.
  • Learn critical installation details such as dimensions, venting and adjacencies to call out in plans and/or identify early in construction
  • Understand the local market for specific equipment, including cost, availability and lead times.

Instructors: Jennifer Rennick and Grant Murphy, In Balance Green Consulting

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