Weatherization Technical

Addressing Roofs in Manufactured Housing

Wednesday, April 25
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Location: Franklin 1 (4th Floor)
CEUs: BPI, InterNachi, NARI, ASHI

Over 20 million Americans live in "affordable" factory built housing. Presentations will focus on attic insulation retrofits in HUD-code manufactured housing. Presenters will discuss implications for; energy efficiency, comfort, durability, moisture, IAQ, SIR economics, material and labor costs, installation logistics, inspections/quality assurance, occupant M&O education and future field research priorities. Mike Lubliner will discuss the Building America/WAP 2017 needs assessment research results that identified challenges and solutions. Paul Francisco will discuss why "weatherize tight and ventilate right" in HUD-code manufactured housing when conducting attic insulation retrofits.

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Michael Lubliner

Senior Building Science Specialist
Washington State University Energy Program

Mike Lubliner works for the Washington State University Cooperative Extension Energy Program. He has been involved with research and program implementation of site built and manufactured housing, public housing, ventilation, indoor air quality, and HVAC systems. Mike is an active participant in the US DOE Building America and US EPA ENERGY STAR® programs. Mike works with US DOE Building America research projects; most recently on; 1) Smart Ventilation Controls for the Florida Solar Energy Center and 2) Post 1976 HUD-code manufactured housing WAP attic retrofits for Building Science Corp and 3) IAQ baseline field research study with PNNL

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Paul W. Francisco

Sr. Research Engineer
Applied Research Institute

Paul Francisco runs the Indoor Climate Research & Training group, which includes an IREC-accredited weatherization training program, at the Applied Research Institute of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He does both research & training on issues related to home performance. His research focuses on indoor air quality and energy efficiency in existing homes, emphasizing field measurements. His training focuses on teaching practitioners building diagnostics and health & safety. He is the current chair of ASHRAE’s Standard 62.2.

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