Aug 30, 2019
“True genius lies not in doing the extraordinary things, but in doing ordinary things extraordinarily well.”
General Louis H. Wilson, Jr.
Building science principles are few and fairly straightforward; ordinary, perhaps.
HAM: A lot of it amounts to control the flow of Heat, Air and Moisture.
But, like so many things in this world, the devil is in the details.
Listen in as I chat with my good friend Nate Adams (a true genius) to get an update on his extraordinarily execution of ordinary measures in his new concept of Home Performance 2.0.
This is a follow up to Episode 36, where I interview two of the HP 2.0 practitioners, Neil Comparetto and Michael Housh.
Measurements (so near and dear to my heart) are at the core of what he and his HP 2.0 army are all about.
For a more complete overview, tune in to a recording of his recent webinar on HP 2.0: www.bit.ly/NATE-HP20
Nate’s book, The Home Comfort Book, is perfect for consumers or practitioners alike and can be found at TruTech Tools or on Amazon.
You can reach Nate at Nate@EnergySmartOhio.com.