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"We insulate our attics to r-60, but r-8 on our ducts is "a lot!"  Heat loss is more…"

tedkidd replied Feb 20 to How to determine HDD's and "savings" from furnace upgrade

75 Mar 15
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"I agree with you Pat, BPI is making some serious errors.  My angle is a little diffe…"

tedkidd replied Feb 17 to The end of Innovation and beginning of Commoditization of Home Performance

4 Feb 20
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"So Blake, Looks like your answer is "always recommend" as you have no idea or contr…"

tedkidd replied Jan 9 to Crawlspaces in Bay Area

5 Jan 9
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"Here here.  "The house is leaky so the risk is low" is a perspective that needs ni…"

tedkidd replied Jan 3 to CAZ Depressurization: NOT a Big Deal?

19 Apr 21
Reply by Glen Gallo

"lol, awesome post Pat...   Nice job defining what happens when you measure proxies…"

tedkidd replied Jan 3 to How accurate do you think some of the program and policy energy improvement pricing suggestions are?

4 Jan 3
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"It's very important in humid climates.   It may be less important in dry climates,…"

tedkidd replied Jan 3 to Crawlspaces in Bay Area

5 Jan 9
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"Robert, I'm hearing this all over.   I know a lot of people who are letting their c…"

tedkidd replied Jan 3 to Building Analyst Certification Upgrade

8 Jan 3
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"Nice sentiment Bud.   Changing the basic class and making it more complex raises th…"

tedkidd replied Jan 3 to Building Analyst Certification Upgrade

8 Jan 3
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"Energy tracking and reporting transparency will be the "Asian manufacturers" of the…"

tedkidd replied Dec 15, 2013 to Vampire load surprise - garage door openers

90 Dec 15, 2013
Reply by Dennis Heidner

"People who have no clue what things cost OR what they save make themselves look inep…"

tedkidd replied Dec 11, 2013 to How accurate do you think some of the program and policy energy improvement pricing suggestions are?

4 Jan 3
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