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"Thank you for sharing this trend! Full disclosure, I did NOT ask Bob to post that!…"

tedkidd replied Jul 25, 2016 to Poll: How confident do you feel about the future of home performance?

8 Aug 25, 2016
Reply by Luke Langhals

"Words are jargon until they become common. They become common when they refer to som…"

tedkidd replied Jul 23, 2016 to Poll: How confident do you feel about the future of home performance?

8 Aug 25, 2016
Reply by Luke Langhals

"Google doesn't see anything changing: https://www.google.com/trends/explore#q=air…"

tedkidd replied Jul 21, 2016 to Poll: How confident do you feel about the future of home performance?

8 Aug 25, 2016
Reply by Luke Langhals

"Great! So those are results measured a year after work, not modeled? That makes you…"

tedkidd replied Jun 30, 2016 to Small video we created to promote Home Performance

7 Jun 30, 2016
Reply by tedkidd

""Average savings $700" "Helps you avoid deciding between energy bills, and grocerie…"

tedkidd replied Jun 30, 2016 to Small video we created to promote Home Performance

7 Jun 30, 2016
Reply by tedkidd

"Blower door. Hands down.  Without my IR camera I can still get great results.  Wit…"

tedkidd replied Jun 16, 2016 to Poll: What is you favorite or most important home performance diagnostic or measurement tool?

6 Jul 7, 2016
Reply by Pat Dundon

"bit.ly/ESHPhabitat1 our habitat project -mostly dirt floor..."

tedkidd replied May 26, 2016 to Airsealing an old basement ceiling

16 May 26, 2016
Reply by Ed Minch

"While my leanings are towards Brian's camp, there is way too little information to p…"

tedkidd replied May 26, 2016 to Airsealing an old basement ceiling

16 May 26, 2016
Reply by Ed Minch

"Tom,  "My Dad was a Doctor" and "High levels of radiation at Hiroshima and Nagasaki…"

tedkidd replied Mar 19, 2016 to Radon: Truth vs. Myth

147 Mar 31, 2016
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"Tom, that's not a link to a study, that's a link to an opinion WITHOUT any detail of…"

tedkidd replied Mar 18, 2016 to Radon: Truth vs. Myth

147 Mar 31, 2016
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