Partner Event: Energy Efficient Home Site Visit Training

Gain a first-hand, behind-the-walls look at the features and benefits of energy efficiency.

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Join BetterBuiltNW for this free guided tour of two high performance homes to find out how they’re built and what it takes to achieve a third-party verified energy efficiency rating.

The tour will take place at ActiveWest Builder's 'Reserve at Hayden' development, beginning at an under-construction LEED for Homes project and then moving to a finished model home that earned U.S. DOE Zero Energy Ready certification and has solar PV. (Exact location and directions to the site will be emailed to attendees approximately 1 week before the event).

Hear directly from the home builder, energy rater, and instructor about the typical features that go into these homes and the homeowner benefits that they provide: A more comfortable, durable home with healthier indoor air quality and cost-saving energy efficiency.

Happy hour food and beverages to follow.

Learning Objectives
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  • See envelope designs and mechanical systems often included in energy efficient homes
  • Hear tried and true strategies and benefits of high performance building
  • Understand the differences between a code-built and a third-party rated home
  • Learn about utility programs and incentives to support above-code building
  • Translate energy efficiency into benefits that will resonate with different homebuyers

When & Where
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Thursday, May 23, 2019
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

The Reserve at Hayden
E. Hayden Ave. & N. La Costa Ct. (Lot 2)
Hayden Lake, ID 

CEs & Cost
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Continuing Education
BPI: .75 units
AIA: 1.5 CEs
ICC: 1.5 CEs

Course Fee

This training brought to you thanks in part to:

Questions? Contact or 503-968-7160 x20.

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Architects, Builders/Contractors, Code Officials, Home Inspectors, Program Representatives, Raters/Verifiers, Subcontractors, Third-Party Verification Program Staff

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Greg Davenport
Greg Davenport: Greg is the Performance Construction Manager for Mitsubishi Electric in the Pacific Northwest. He joined the Performance Construction Team in 2016 and helps promote energy efficient mini-split systems to the high performance residential construction market around the country. Greg now works with high performance builders and the HVAC industry in the Pacific Northwest. Before Mitsubishi, he worked from 2007-2013 for Applied Proactive Technologies in the Northwest Washington region on a Joint Utility ENERGY STAR Lighting program that targeted the single and multi-family residential markets. In early 2014, he joined CLEAResult and worked on a NEEA High Performance Home Specification pilot program, a program designed to help builders embrace zero energy ready building practices. Greg graduated from the University of Puget Sound and lives in the Seattle Washington area.