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About Field Fusion

Each quarter, EnergyLogic hosts an education and networking event for building industry professionals. We’ve leveraged resources and materials which support a common understanding of both technical and sales related applications that collectively contribute to the importance of high-performance homes.

Field Fusion 2018 Quarterly Topics 

Q3 Topics:

Area separation walls, and the disconnect between fire code and energy code

  • Attached single‐family homes (duplex and town houses) are being built more and more to meet our housing market needs, and yet they are much more difficult to build to reach code compliance. This is largely due to the fact that multi‐family homes are two to three times as leaky as single‐family homes that are twice their size. How do we increase the efficiency of these buildings and still comply with fire codes and sound transmission requirements? We’ll answer these questions and more at this Field Fusion event!

When:

Tuesday, August 21st

9:00 am – 10:30 am

Where:

Housing & Building Association of Colorado Springs 
4585 Hilton Parkway Suite 100 
Colorado Springs, CO 80907

Cost: 

$25 HBA Members / $30 Non-Members

Register here

 

How does a home perform? Understanding basic building science

  • Constructing and selling high-performance homes can only be achieved well if we have a common understanding of the basic building science principals that govern how a house will meet our consumers’ core expectation of comfort, durability, safety, affordability, efficiency, and livability. This Field Fusion event will provide the background you need to better understand what high-performance means, and how a home can perform at its highest expectation.

 

Q4 Topic – Sales and marketing of a high-performance home

  • Our consumers are making the largest purchase of their lives with very little knowledge about the product they are buying. Research has confirmed that consumers want well-performing, comfortable, and efficient homes. Consumers are rarely informed about the benefits of high-performance homes. This Field Fusion will present the issues and offer simple and effective value propositions which lead to a higher level of engagement while helping them reinforce their emotion-driven purchasing decision.

 

EnergyLogic’s Field Fusion events are made possible with the support of our partners, NOCO HBA, HBA of Colorado Springs, and Metro Denver HBA. Please click on our partner logo’s below to learn more. 

A portion of Field Fusion event proceeds is donated to HomeAid Colorado. 

 

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