Making the Most of Minisplit Heat Pumps

Understand the strengths and weaknesses of minisplit systems, and installation best practices

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  • Live Q&A with your instructor,¬†Jordan Goldman
  • 1 AIA Approved LU Credit ¬†
  • Team Pricing Available Upon Request

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Design More-Efficient, Comfortable Homes 

Jordan Goldman, a specialist in energy modeling, HVAC systems, and mechanical design, leads this e-learning course designed to help you understand and install minisplit heat pump systems effectively. Originally presented at the Fine Homebuilding Summit, this course covers the strengths and weaknesses of minisplits, how to best integrate minisplit systems into well-insulated homes, and common mistakes to avoid during design and installation. Whether you're a building professional or a homeowner, by the end of this course you will have the knowledge and confidence needed to select the right system for your next remodeling or new-construction project, and to ensure it’s installed to achieve optimum performance.

What You'll Learn 

How Minisplit Heat Pumps Are Designed to Work
Choosing the Right Size and Type of Equipment
Understanding Heat Pump Performance in Cold Climates and Conditions
Installation Best Practices and Details to Avoid


Jordan Goldman

Jordan Goldman is a specialist in energy modeling and mechanical engineering, and he manages the HVAC design practice for ZeroEnergy Design. He is fluent in building envelope strategies and energy-efficient construction systems, building science design principles, and mechanical system design, specification, and sizing for enhanced energy performance. Jordan is a Certified Passive House Consultant, has been recognized by the EPA for his achievement in systems design for green buildings, and has been featured on NPR. Jordan studied Environmental Engineering at Cornell University, where he received both a Bachelor of Science and Master of Engineering.

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