SELACACI: Building Science for the HVAC Contractor – Take 2

October 13, 2018

Contributed by Bobby Parks

On October 23 (the Fourth Tuesday), SELACACI will continue its series on building science issues for a/c field professionals. Last year, Bobby Parks travelled Louisiana to educate builders andSELA-CACI logo others on behalf of the La. Dept. of Natural Resources (LDNR), and he’s returning to the New Orleans area this year to educate Code Officials & Fire Marshalls. Here’s your chance to hear him & ask questions!

Bobby stresses that the buildings that we are trying to air-condition have changed just as much as the HVAC systems that are installed today. “Because HVAC systems can account for as much as 70% of the energy cost and 99% of the comfort, A/C contractors really need to get it right!” In this program, we will discuss and observe some pitfalls of not understanding the buildings that we are working with, by reviewing a few ‘real world’ case studies of field failures and what it took to correct them… Join us!

  • Date: Tuesday, October 23.
  • Location: Local 60 (Plumbers & Steamfitters Union Hall) — 3515 N. I-10 Service Rd. (at Severn Ave. off Veterans) in Metairie, LA.
  • Schedule: 5:30 Refreshments, 6:00 Program (to 8 pm).
  • Registration: Online via (Eventbrite) or at the Door:
    $20 (with ‘day before’ notice to 504-488-2412 or;
    $30 ‘day of’;
    $10 Students and Officials;
    Cash, checks or credit cards accepted.

About Bobby Parks

Robert (Bobby) Parks is a building science practitioner who consults with homeowners, builders, & HVAC contractors through his West Monroe-based company, Healthy Homes of Louisiana, LLC.


SELACACI is a non-profit organization of HVAC professionals dedicated to better appreciation of building codes and building science in the Hot Humid Climate Zone and to improvement of the industry generally. SELACACI provides education to encourage higher quality HVAC, energy efficiency, and improved home performance.