Dr. Joseph Lstiburek of Building Science Corporation believes that the current residential venting standard, ASHRAE 62.2, ventilates at too high a rate. This translates into humidity problems in hot or mixed humid climates, dryness in cold climates, and too much energy use in every climate. More than that, Dr. Lstiburek believes that the 2013 update to the ASHRAE standard makes things worse. Rather than just critiquing the old standard, Lstiburek has created a new standard, BSC-01. In this interview, he addresses criticism of the BSC-01 standard to Allison A. Bailes III of Green Board Advisory.
Read the full article here: An Interview with Dr. Joseph Lstiburek