Video of the installation of our pre-glazed storefront AF3000.
The Greened House Effect deep energy retrofit project gets a spray foam shell from Foam It Green on the exterior walls for super insulation and an air-tight seal. Next, triple pane, krypton gas filled, low-e windows and foam-filled fiberglass-shell doors from Pro Via seal the deal! Watch us try to beat the clock as winter rolls in . . .
BECP webcast; John Hogan, City of Seattle; March 27, 2008. This event provided an overview of the building envelope requirements of ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1-2007.
View presentation slides at http://www.energycodes.gov/training/onlinetraining/videos.stm
Philip Beesley, professor of architecture at the University of Waterloo, gives a presentation at the 2013 Hans and Roger Strauch Symposium on Sustainable Design, “Design for Biodiversity: Architectural Responses to Urban Ecology,” February 2, 2013.
The Gaia Project’s introductory video to heating calculations from a building envelope point of view. It includes the explanation of the two main formulas presented in the project guide, as well some considerations and assumptions that need to be made during the heating portion of the energy audit.
This video is part of a 3-video playlist that all focus on Heating calculations for conducting an Energy Audit – feel free to take a look at the other videos.
For more information, and for the heating calculations guide, please take a look at our website: