New Building Practices and Codes are Driving the Need for Dedicated Moisture Control and Fresh Air Ventilation

New residential energy efficiency building codes are trying to tackle the challenge of how the home’s flow of energy, air, and moisture will affect the indoor environment – including attics and crawlspaces.  These codes are requiring homes to meet specific air tightness and indoor air quality standards – both are driving the need for dedicated…

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E4TheFuture Joins MDBPA as an Allied Partner!

E4TheFuture is dedicated to bringing clean, efficient energy home for every American. The organization works to advance clean, energy efficient energy solutions for residential customers. E4’s new sponsorship of MDBPA will support the association’s strategic plan, which includes increasing awareness of energy efficient construction, advocating on behalf of energy efficiency, supporting a strong energy efficient…

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MDBPA Seeks Executive Director!

MDBPA is seeking a part to full-time Executive Director to lead the association’s work in 2018 and for years to come!  Please find detailed information below and contact us with your questions. About MDBPA Maryland Building Performance Association (MDBPA) is a small 501(c)(6) not-for-profit trade association serving Maryland’s building performance contractors with education, member services,…

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MDBPA Welcomes New Board Members!

MDBPA is proud to welcome three new industry leaders to the association’s Board of Directors!  Joining the association for the 2018 calendar year term are: Nikki Krueger Industry Manager Ultra-Aire and Santa Fe Dehumidifiers Alexandria, VA www.Ultra-Aire.com www.Santa-Fe-Products.com   Ken Semler President Express Modular Washington, DC www.ExpressModular.com   Michelle Burgee Co-CEO Complete Home Solutions Lothian,…

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MDBPA Board Member Testimony Helps Extend LIEEP Funding

On October 31, 2017, MDBPA Board Member Tony Crane of Efficient Home testified to the Maryland Public Service Commission on behalf of the Association.  In our formal comments, MDBPA supported utility plans for the EmPOWER 2018-2020 cycle. However, Tony expertly articulated the important concern that Maryland’s Department of Housing and Community Development’s Low-Income Energy Efficiency…

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