How to Diagnose Heating and Cooling Comfort Problems in Homes – In-Person
Comfort problems can occur in homes even when the equipment appears to be working perfectly well. Most comfort problems are related to design issues and can be easily diagnosed using basic design principles and simple diagnostic tools.
This class will cover the most common comfort complaints, the diagnostic tests, how to interpret the results and how to use industry standard design principles to suggest solutions.
Understanding the most common symptoms of comfort problems vs. equipment problems
Understanding how to use design principles (load calculations, equipment selection, duct design) do diagnose and resolve problems
Understand the various diagnostic tests that can be used to pinpoint and quantify problems and how to interpret the results.
Speaker: Russell King, M.E. is a professional mechanical engineer licensed in California, Nevada, and Hawaii. He has over 30 years of experience in the areas of HVAC design, diagnostics and consulting, as well as energy code compliance, Home Energy Rating System (HERS) verification and consulting. He has taught professional level training on all these topics.