New Legislation in the House

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New Legislation in the House

There is cause for celebration this spring for all players in the home performance industry, as H.R. 1315 was introduced in the 116th Congress on February 27, 2019. New legislation that would support training for home ...

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Affordable Comfort Reaches New Heights

September 01, 1999

The annual Affordable Comfort conference, which took place this spring in Chicago, was an occasion to indulge in information overload and have a bit of fun. [continue reading]

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Training Made Easy with The Telltale House Exhibit

July 01, 1999

It's been over a year now since Home Energy and Affordable Comfort, Incorporated launched The Telltale House, a traveling exhibit that demonstrates how HVAC systems, exhaust fans, and combustion devices interact in a typical home. [continue reading]

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Training Made Easy with The Telltale House Exhibit

July 01, 1999

It's been over a year now since Home Energy and Affordable Comfort, Incorporated launched The Telltale House, a traveling exhibit that demonstrates how HVAC systems, exhaust fans, and combustion devices interact in a typical home. [continue reading]

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Training for Tomorrow: Are Your Contractors Certifiable?

January 01, 1999

Residential building in the United States has changed drastically since the energy crisis of the 1970s, when the issue of energy consumption first got public attention on a wide scale. [continue reading]

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Spreading the Word in San Francisco

September 01, 1998

San Francisco's annual Western Building Show June 26Ð28 featured beautiful desert homes with wide green lawns, sparkling kitchen fixtures, and the most elaborate bathroom spas imaginable. [continue reading]

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New Problems, New Solutions at Affordable Comfort

July 01, 1998

Affordable Comfort, the annual conference of the home performance industry, took place May 4-9 in Madison, Wisconsin. [continue reading]

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