Priority Energy Will Present Their ‘Energy Solution Services for Contractors’ To 1000 Building Professionals At Annual Better Buildings: Better Business Conference in Wisconsin
Building professionals attend seminars, earn certifications and learn about 'green' opportunities in energy efficiency at Wisconsin Better Buildings Conference. Priority Energy will highlight services contractors can use to grow their businesses and create more efficient, comfortable, and healthier homes for their customers
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) February 27, 2012
The Wisconsin Better Buildings: Better Business Conference is North America's largest conference dedicated to cold climate residential building practices. The conference hosts over 1000 building professionals from all across the Midwest. Held annually, the event is produced by the Energy Center of Wisconsin, a non-profit institution dedicated to education and research in energy conservation. The Center has coordinated over 80 educational sessions that attendees can choose from, with time allotted in between to browse the latest energy efficiency products and services at the tradeshow. Priority Energy will showcase products and services that will enable contractors to grow their businesses by providing energy solutions that save money.
Priority Energy Auditors Recently Completed Energy Saving Pilot Project and Facility Upgrades at several KinderCare Learning Centers in Chicago.
January 6, 2012 Chicago, IL-Ten KinderCare Learning Centers recently implemented energy efficiency upgrades, with improvements projected to save the organization 30% or more on annual utility costs. Chosen to lead the Chicago initiative, Priority Energy’s Building Performance Institute (BPI)-certified professionals performed comprehensive energy audits and retrofit work that also enhanced the warmth, comfort and air quality for the children and employees. Read More...
Priority Energy Brings Aeroseal Duct Sealing Technology to Not So Big® Showhouse for Maximum Comfort and Efficiency
Priority Energy uses patented Aeroseal technology to seal leaky air ducts in Not So Big® Showhouse to attain maximum heating and cooling comfort, better indoor air quality and utility costs that are 40% less than those of an average new home.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) October 27, 2011 -- Priority Energy, the Chicago-based energy solutions company, will make this unique Showhome even more appealing by adding to its comfort, efficiency and sustainability with their newly acquired Aeroseal duct sealing technology. This award-winning system, while lowering the home’s estimated utility costs by approximately 40%, will also greatly enhance the comfort level of each room. By sealing any air leaks in the ductwork, air flow will be more evenly distributed throughout the house which means added comfort and less strain on the furnace. In addition, theAeroseal process will ensure better indoor air quality by reducing the entry of dust, mold, and odors seeping in from the outside. The Not So Big® Showhouse, designed by Sarah Susanka, FAIA, acclaimed architect and bestselling author of The Not So Big House series will feature all the hallmarks of Susanka’s Not So Big design, combined with the latest state-of -the-art elements.
Aeroseal Awarded 2011 Best New Home Product By This Old House Magazine
New Duct Sealing Technology Wins In “Home Technology” Category For Publication’s Annual Review Of The Top 100 Best Products Of The Year
East Syracuse, NY (PRWEB) October 26, 2011 Aeroseal, a breakthrough technology used for sealing leaky air ducts, was just selected as one of the year’s best new home products in This Old House magazine’s Top 100 Best New Products for 2011 awards. Chosen for its proven impact on home energy savings and comfort, Aeroseal won top honors in the competition’s “home technology” category. More...
School Street Homes, Sarah Susanka and Priority Energy Present a New Model for Housing Success
'Not So Big®' Showhouse will open for public tours on November 19, allowing the public to experience first-hand how SchoolStreet has cracked the code for housing success
Libertyville, IL (PRWEB) September 29, 2011
There’s a vibrant community just outside of Chicago that is cracking the code for housing success. SchoolStreet, a walkable, front-porch community of 26 beautifully designed single-family houses and 15 urban-style lofts, is bucking national housing trends. A key ingredient to SchoolStreet’s success is the Not So Big® Showhouse, designed by Sarah Susanka, FAIA, acclaimed architect and bestselling author of The Not So Big House series. The Showhouse features all the hallmarks of Susanka’s Not So Big design, incorporates leading products, cutting edge building science, and energy efficient technology such as Aeroseal duct sealing from Chicago-based energy solutions company, Priority Energy. Read More...
Priority Energy Provides Aeroseal Technology to Help Habitat for Humanity Complete Fifteenth Energy Star Rated House for Michigan Families in Need of Affordable Homes
Priority Energy provides cutting edge Aeroseal technology to seal leaky air ducts in Habitat for Humanity house completing the fifteenth house to undergo a comprehensive home energy audit and energy efficiency improvements and receive Energy Star certification. This retrofit work has lowered utility costs to under $80 a month creating an affordable housing option for families in need. Read More...
Priority Energy Awarded BPI Quality Assurance Provider Role for City of Rockford Energy Audit and Retrofit Program
Priority Energy, the Midwest's leading energy audit company, has been awarded the role of quality assurance provider and rebate coordinator for the City of Rockford's upcoming energy efficiency retrofit initiative. The nationally certified training provider, of both BPI and RESNET certifications, will oversee the energy audit and retrofit work for over 200 homes and provide contractor training, as needed. Having worked with and trained countless energy auditors, Priority Energy will partner with contractors to offer assistance and guidance on meeting BPI standards. Read More...
Priority Energy Helps Hephzibah House Save Money and Go GREEN with a Professional Home Energy Audit
Chicago, IL - The Chicago-based leader in Energy Efficiency Services and Energy Audit Certification Training, recently performed an energy audit on Hephzibah House, the’ safe place’ for abused and homeless children in Oak Park. The home, which seemed so solid and sound, was experiencing extremely high utility bills. Wanting to pinpoint the problem areas and ‘go green’, (which has been Oak Park’s continuous effort), Executive Director, Mary Anne Brown, authorized a full home energy audit to be performed on the house. As RESNET and BPI Certified energy auditors, Priority Energy’s team was brought in to perform the service. Read More...
New Technology Offers U.S. Home Owners Easy Route To Significant Home Energy Savings
East Syracuse, NY (PRWEB) July 06, 2011 A new solution for home owners looking to save energy and significantly reduce their utility bill is hitting the market for the first time in many areas throughout the United States. Developed at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory with funding from the EPA and the U.S. Department of Energy among others, the new technology, called Aeroseal, provides an easy and effective way to seal leaky air ducts. According to recent reports, leaky ducts are a primary source of energy loss in as many as 85 percent of existing residential homes.
JMD Corporation recently purchased the exclusive rights to the duct sealing technology and acquired Aeroseal LLC, a company focused exclusively on promoting Aeroseal technology as a primary means of residential and commercial energy conservation. The company recently launched a national campaign to expand its regional dealerships and service providers in order to make Aeroseal services available to homeowners throughout the U.S.
Chicago Energy Audit Training Company to Partner with Asian Human Service to Offer BPI Course to Eligible Residents through a Grant from DCEO’s Training for Tomorrow Initiative
Beginning in July 2011, Priority Energy, the local leaders in energy efficiency services, will train eligible candidates to become BPI certified energy auditors. The program is designed to help unemployed or disadvantaged residents launch lucrative careers
June 29, 2011 -- Chicago, IL - Priority Energy will conduct Energy Auditor Training at Asian Human Services, a Chicago Workforce Partner Agency. The BPI Certification class will be available to any approved resident in Albany Park, Rogers Park and Uptown communities of Chicago who are unemployed or disadvantaged. Funding for this course will be through Governor Quinn’s workforce revitalization initiative and the DCEO, which pays for training opportunities that meet specific skill needs of local employers. Read More...
Priority Energy to Provide Innovative, Air Duct Sealing Technology to Create More Energy Efficient and Comfortable
Home or Office
Over 90% of new and existing homes and buildings have leaks in their air duct systems that are equal to having a door open. Priority Energy, a Chicago-based, energy efficiency company, will offer Aeroseal technology to repair leaks and improve comfort, air quality and energy efficiency.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 24, 2011 Priority Energy, LLC has announced the addition of Aeroseal duct-sealing technology to their energy efficiency services in the Chicagoland area. Over 90% of new and existing homes and commercial buildings in North America have air duct systems with small holes and leaks; the equivalent of leaving a door open. Sealing these leaks will improve the performance of air conditioning and heating systems and will save consumers an estimated 40 to 50 percent on utility bills. It is a relatively inexpensive, clean process that ensures better air quality, increased room comfort, energy savings, and longer HVAC system life. Read more...