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Higher Performance Building On The Central Coast – All-electric Construction, Part 1: Heat Pumps For Heating And Cooling

May 10 @ 12:00 pm

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Gain clarity and expertise on today’s higher-performance all-electric construction. Part 1 of our two-part series will focus on heat pumps for space conditioning. Topics will include why heat pumps are quickly becoming the preferred system for heating and cooling, how they work, design considerations, sticking points, and solutions, as well as cost variables. Emphasis will be on residential, multi-family, and small commercial on the Central Coast or similar climates.

Learning Objectives:

  • Be able to explain the benefits of heat pump systems including health, cost, and code compliance.
  • Understand the components and delivery options for heat pumps in your project.
  •  Understand the integration of ventilation and indoor air quality with heat pump design.
  •  Be able to evaluate potential construction constraints and pitfalls and provide solutions.

1 AIA Health, Safety, Welfare (HSW|LU) Continuing Education Credit (CES) is available for this training.

 

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