Base Camp: “a main encampment providing supplies, shelter, and communications for persons engaged in wide-ranging activities: as exploring, reconnaissance, hunting, or mountain climbing.”
When trekking into high altitudes, climbers sometimes spend weeks at base camp while acclimating their bodies. It’s a great place to identify upcoming goals and re-evaluate where you are, and where you’re headed.
In just a few months the EEBA High Performance Home Summit will be taking place in the mile high city of Denver, Colorado. The theme of the conference is “Reach for the Summit: A Future Where Every Home is High Performing, Healthy and Resilient” and will be a great place to prepare for the next step of your journey towards high performing homes. The Summit is focused on providing the tools and networking that builders, raters, analysts, and architects need to take high performance, healthy, resilient homes to new heights.
Whether you’re just beginning or have “ascended” multiple times, you’ll have the opportunity to teach, learn, and network with others who are aiming to build healthy, resilient and affordable high performance and Zero-Energy Homes.
Join EEBA October 1 - 3, 2019 in Denver for the 37th Annual High Performance Home Summit. Next month we’ll look more at acclimatization - understanding the methodologies, materials and strategies to achieve success.