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"This concept might make much more sense in a multi-unit situation like a condo/apart…"

David Eakin replied Jan 15, 2016 to David Bowie & Home Performance

36 Jan 23, 2016
Reply by Nate Adams

"Are you also going to seal/insulate the stair walls and treads? What about the mecha…"

David Eakin replied Oct 23, 2015 to Airsealing an old basement ceiling

16 May 26, 2016
Reply by Ed Minch

"A vertical curtain will not separate the upstairs from the downstairs. There is a wh…"

David Eakin replied Aug 12, 2015 to partitioning open basement area with retractable curtain

2 Aug 23, 2015
Reply by Kevin Jordan

"If I were you, I'd look at the liquid-applied and peel-and-stick products (e.g., Sig…"

David Eakin replied Aug 12, 2015 to lifespan of air sealing materials

14 Aug 27, 2015
Reply by Ed Minch

"It goes back to the project management axiom: Do you want good, quick, or cheap? Pic…"

David Eakin replied Aug 12, 2015 to Ventilating Attics- Rafter Vents

5 Aug 12, 2015
Reply by David Eakin

"These type vests have been used by motorcycle riders for many years. Consensus is th…"

David Eakin replied May 15, 2015 to cooling vests

9 May 17, 2015
Reply by Doug Krahl

"Roderick, Sorry - no photos. But it was similar to many other projects easily found.…"

David Eakin replied Aug 5, 2014 to Whole House Fans - Love 'Em or Not?

73 Aug 14, 2014
Reply by Kurt Shafer

"My parents built a split-level house in the '60s that had a large, belt-driven whole…"

David Eakin replied Aug 5, 2014 to Whole House Fans - Love 'Em or Not?

73 Aug 14, 2014
Reply by Kurt Shafer

"I think the comments by Maria and Dennis have some merit for my own situation. I ori…"

David Eakin replied Aug 1, 2014 to Flickering LED lights

22 Feb 5, 2015
Reply by nakeme

"I also thought that, but I tried to put a CFL in the A-19 outside fixture at my daug…"

David Eakin replied Jul 31, 2014 to Flickering LED lights

22 Feb 5, 2015
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