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"Isn't there a measurement missing here?..."

tedkidd replied Mar 12, 2014 to Which is the valid draft test?

14 Mar 12, 2014
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"I've only tracked one non comprehensive project, but it did have significant results…"

tedkidd replied Mar 11, 2014 to How to determine HDD's and "savings" from furnace upgrade

75 Mar 15, 2014
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"If you want meaningful answers you'll need to compose your questions a little better…"

tedkidd replied Mar 10, 2014 to How well does airkrete work and can it be sprayed under roof decks using the webbing. is there a safer spray foam

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"It all comes down to pain.  What problems do they want to solve, and how much are th…"

tedkidd replied Mar 10, 2014 to Where do you fall in the "staged" versus "gotta be all at once" discussion?

29 Apr 6, 2014
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"If someone described a horse race to you, and later they showed you a picture, you w…"

tedkidd replied Mar 2, 2014 to How to determine HDD's and "savings" from furnace upgrade

75 Mar 15, 2014
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"James, People mistake the effect of stack leakage as stratification.  The distincti…"

tedkidd replied Feb 24, 2014 to Ductless Heat Pump vs Radiant

11 Feb 24, 2014
Reply by Hans Joachim Preiss

"4800 seems pretty mild to me. Which do you think impacts efficiency, hdd, or average…"

tedkidd replied Feb 23, 2014 to Ductless Heat Pump vs Radiant

11 Feb 24, 2014
Reply by Hans Joachim Preiss

"Joachim, if you are in a mild climate all the performance risks and capital expense…"

tedkidd replied Feb 23, 2014 to Ductless Heat Pump vs Radiant

11 Feb 24, 2014
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"I think it is MUCH easier to justify incremental cost than total cost, so "switch ev…"

tedkidd replied Feb 23, 2014 to Comparing energy cost break even points

11 Feb 28, 2014
Reply by Kurt Albershardt

"And I expect those fixed charges to go up as consumption continues to go down.  So e…"

tedkidd replied Feb 20, 2014 to Comparing energy cost break even points

11 Feb 28, 2014
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