Episode 38: Martin Holladay Talks Green Building (Part Two)
Insulation for basement walls and cathedral ceilings, window replacements and make-up air, and ductless mini-splits in cold climates
Continuing their conversation with green building expert Martin Holladay, FHB editors Justin Fink, Rob Yagid, and Brian Pontolilo discuss topics including GreenBuildingAdvisor.com (and its superlative builder community), insulating basement walls and cathedral ceilings, window replacements and make-up air, and ductless mini-splits in cold climates.
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Resources and links mentioned in this podcast:
- GreenBuildingAdviser’s Q&A Section
- Martin’s GBA Blog: Musings of an Energy Nerd
- How to Build an Insulated Cathedral Ceiling
- How to Insulate a Basement Wall
- Video Series: Insulate Your Basement
- Designing a Good Ventilation System
- Makeup air for venting appliances
- Video: Make Up Air For Commercial Exhaust Fans in Homes
- Relative Humidity and Makeup Air at a Tight House