You’re Invited! Ducted Mini Split “Open House”

The newest GreenEarthEquities Ducted Mini Split Heat Pump system should overcome the last bit of American Resistance to the use of the superior Mini Split technology with its ducted delivery to every room.  (Mini Splits are the standard in the rest of the world and are even sold in convenience stores in Asia and Europe but are shunned in America)

Gary Richardson completing the charge on the roof mounted Mini Split.

Gary Richardson completing the charge on the roof mounted Mini Split.

Its for sure the only one its kind as it was designed on the hood of my truck by Gary Richardson and myself.  It will be the centerpiece of our FALL 2009 HOME TOUR of GreenEarthEquities projects that will be held on November 4th.    The half day tour will start with breakfast at Sandy’s Country Junction at 7:30 AM

Sandy's Country Junction

Sandy's Country Junction

and will proceed to two houses that are in process including the one featuring the Ducted Mini Split and a couple of finished homes.  Those in a hurry and desiring to just see the Ducted Mini Split please RSVP with your preference in the comment section for schedule details.

We will explore:

Why and how we buy where we buy.

What causes our houses to sell quickly.

What we stay away from.

What goes into the “Energy Package”

How the Done, Wow! & Energy Packages work together.

There will be lots of time for questions and poking around  in the renovation projects.   I look forward to seeing a lot of you there.  Please RSVP in the comment section or by email.

GreenEarthEquities kitchen with custom tile back splash & imported granite.

GreenEarthEquities kitchen with custom tile back splash & imported granite.

Other Opportunities: The November full day training for PG&E in Tulare was cancelled due to low pre-registration.   If you missed out on that one, you can still sign up for the December 4th class on Energy Wise House Flipping in Sacramento on the PG&E site. There is also a 3 day class for CBPCA November 12th -14th.   See the CBPCA website.

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  1. Laurie Long

    I willbe there…I stillhave LOTS of questions!!!

  2. Pat Colburn

    What is the benefit of a ducted mini-split?
    I would think a ductless hvac system would ensure better indoor air quality,less maintenance, as well as allow more living space otherwise occupied by ducts.

  3. daverobinson

    Mini Splits have the following benefits: High SEER, Inverter Technology, (ECM motor to modulate cooling delivery to the needs) and of course no duct loss which is typically 30% or more.
    The “American Resistance” to Mini Split systems has been the inability to deliver forced air to back bedrooms and baths. The system that will be featured on this open house answers that objection without losing the benefits listed above. We use a small duct system that is within the envelope so any loss is not really lost. Note This only works because of the tight envelope and additional insulation that we have in this house. Come and check it out. It will be in Home Energy in a few months.

  4. Terry B. Shelton


    Would love to come but bad timing as I will be in the CBPCA Train the Trainer Class in Buena Park from Monday through November 13th. Will pass on to the office for Ken and John.

  5. darien

    Great Blog. I will bookmark for later. Flipping houses is not dead. I flip 2-3 houses a month.

  6. jacob

    Good stuff here. Want to exchange links.


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