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Employee Spotlight: Dennis Brachfeld

About Dennis:

I started About Saving Heat in 1975 a year after graduating from University of Denver Business School with a degree in Real Estate Finance and Construction Management. It was two years after the Mid-East's Oil Embargo and America was experiencing unheard of energy shortages, lines at the gas pump and escalating energy prices. I knew that if every newly built home was solar heated and totally energy independent, it would still take over 50 years to represent 50% of the United States' housing stock.

Questions and Answers:

Q: What are the top three (3) highlights of your life?
A: Coming to Denver to attend DU, having a twin sister and being motivated by JImmy Carter to start my energy conservation business.
 
Q: People would be surprised to know __________ about me.
A:I was born in the 1st half of the last century (1949).
 
Q: Who has been most infulencial in your life?
A: My Father. He was head of Human Relations (personnel manager) at a Saks 5th Avenue store in N.Y.C.
 
Q: If you could pick one topic (or theme) for AboutSavingHeat.com to turn into a book, what would it be?
A: Whether your home is your shelter or castle you deserve to be comfortable.
 
Q: What do you feel is the most beneficial energy improvement a homeowner can make?
A: Improving their uncomfortable areas where they like to spend the most time.
 
Q: If you could have one super power, what would it be?
A: To have Infared eye vision
 
Q: If you could spend half a day with a person from history, who would it be?
A: Jimmy Carter, because he is going so much good arounf the world. He motivated me with his quote, "energy conservation is the moral equivalent of war".
 
Q: Where was your last vacation?
A: Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
 
Q: If you could be any animal, which would you be?
A: A Monkey.
 
Dennis's background and education are shared on out About Us page.

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