Updates from Active House USA

  • Active House USA at the Pacific Coast Builders Conference (PCBC):

The Active House USA team made their first trade show appearance at the Pacific Coast Builders Conference (PCBC), the West Coast’s largest home-building trade show!

PCBC was hosted at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California on 22-23 June 2022. The Active House USA booth was located within PCBC’s Healthy Home District, an area for products and organizations dedicated to improving the health, wellness, performance, efficiency, responsiveness, and quality of our built environments.

All three Active House USA founders, Jacob Staub of Ripcord Engineering, Francesco Marchesi of Messana Hydronic Technologies, and David Knight of Monterey Energy Group attended the event and discussed Active House principles with attendees. Additionally, Active House USA’s General Administrator, Teddy Shriver, and Active House Specialists Ryan Knight and Mason Braun also helped educate attendees regarding Active House on the second day of the event.

Active House USA received substantial interest at PCBC, and the team is looking forward to future trade shows, specifically the International Builders’ Show(IBS), which takes place next February!

  • Active House USA Podcast: 

Active House USA has also started recording the Active House USA podcast in which they will discuss Active House key principles with various personalities throughout the building industry!

The first two episodes are scheduled to be released in August! Follow @activehouseusa to stay up to date!

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