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THE DRIPPING POINT: High Performance Homes + Energy Efficient HVAC Systems = Increased Risk of Moisture Problems
Tightly air-sealed, well-insulated buildings combined with energy efficient HVAC systems and increased ventilation rates are key components of a comfortable and healthy high performance home. But, unfortunately, no good deed goes unpunished.
The Era of Actively Controlling Moisture has begun and traditional methods will no longer effectively meet the new moisture demands. We will discuss the building science
perspective on the “new normal” and the challenges that architects and builders now must face in order to deal with these effectively.

These include:
• Reduced cooling loads
• Increased part-load conditions
• Ventilation impacts

The bottom line is that builders will deal with moisture issues, one way or another. The time is now to learn why and how to address indoor moisture risks (CYA) through dedicated moisture control systems in single family homes and multifamily buildings.

Apr 20, 2021 02:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Nikki Krueger
Building Science & Business Development Manager @Therma-Stor | Santa Fe Dehumidifiers | Ultra Aire by Santa Fe
Nikki Krueger is the Building Science Manager for Therma-Stor’s residential and commercial moisture control products lines, including Ultra-Aire whole house ventilating dehumidifiers and Santa Fe freestanding dehumidifiers. She has been involved in the indoor air quality industry for over 15 years. She is a RESNET certified home energy rater, a member of the ACCA Manual Low Load Homes (LLH) Advisory Committee and has completed the ACCA Residential Design for Quality Installation Certification. Krueger has worked with building science industry icons to develop and produce a two-day hands-on crawl space encapsulation training program. She is an active member of the Spray Polyurethane Foam Association, currently participating on the building envelope committee, as well as on the certification and safety committees. As building science manager for Therma-Stor, she educates and trains builders, HVAC contractors, architects, engineers, crawl space contractors, and other professionals.