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Avoiding Moisture Problems in Energy Efficient Buildings

Self Drying Walls, Monitoring, and Other Techniques
When Oct 25, 2017
from 07:00 PM to 09:30 PM
Where Phinney Neighborhood Center
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Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017, 7:00-9:00 PM

6:30-7:00--COME EARLY for Free Refreshments & Networking

Phinney Neighborhood Association, lower brick building 6532 Phinney Ave N, Seattle, WA

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Like the tip of an iceberg, if mold is visible above the surface of the wall, the real threat lurks unseen below the surface and in the air you breathe. Energy efficient buildings create hidden downside risks that impact occupant health. Learn what these risks are and what works to mitigate them from experts in building design, operation, and maintenance.

Avoiding Moisture Problems in Energy Efficient BuildingsOur presenters:

  • Lucas Johnson has a passion for sharing knowledge about building science. He has a masters degree in Environmental Science and Management, a background in construction, and is the Western Regional Manager of 475 Building Supply

  • Robert Haverlock is a green building consultant with deep knowledge of how to avoid or mitigate health hazards in homes and building products ranging from brominated flame retardants and phthalate plasticizers, to asthmagens.

  • James Mallory is the co-founder and president of Environix, Washington’s leading indoor environmental testing and remediation firm.  Environix performs over 1,500 inspections and 300+ cleanup projects each year, with specialized solutions for mold, water damage, lead, asbestos and IAQ problems.

You won’t want to miss this great session!

Be sure to bring your creativity and questions, and contribute your knowledge.

Free for members; $10 suggested donation for non-members. Walk-ins welcome; register to ensure admission (150 cap.).

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