Nate Adams – HVAC 2.0, IAQ, and The Art of the Possible
Watch as IAQ Radio and Nate Adams discuss existing housing, HVAC, and IAQ.
IAQ Radio welcomes back Nate “The House Whisperer” Adams for a lesson on HVAC and IAQ. We will talk about his “electrify everything” mantra, the HVAC 2.0 program, and BAD ASS HVAC. Nate and his partners are trying to shake things up but also keep in mind “the art of the possible”. The focus of the discussion will primarily be on existing housing, HVAC, and IAQ.
Nate “The House Whisperer” Adams is the author of The Home Comfort Book and has helped numerous clients make their homes healthier, more comfortable, and able to run on clean electricity. He and his partners have adapted that upgrade process into the HVAC 2.0 program which gives HVAC contractors a business model to deliver the same results for their clients while enjoying their work more and being more profitable. His focus on residential electrification retrofits earned him the moniker “The Father of Electrify Everything” from Panama Bartolomy, CEO of the Building Decarbonization Coalition. He splits his time between living on the Cuyahoga River in Hiram Ohio and in a former West Virginia coal mining village with his wife and young daughter.
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