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"Kevin, Several years ago I worked closely with a general contractor and a real estat…"

Hal Skinner replied Sep 2, 2014 to Does anyone have pointers on approaching real estate industry?

11 Sep 12, 2014
Reply by Kevin Jordan

"Hi Aaren. Check out the group below.  Some RCCs are very versatile and can be used…"

Hal Skinner replied Sep 2, 2014 to HVAC - Cooling and Heating Load Reduction

1 Sep 2, 2014
Reply by Hal Skinner

"Hi Kurt, You can find some information on Radiant Control Coatings in the group lis…"

Hal Skinner replied Sep 2, 2014 to Where can I find the best radiant barrier to install under my roof?

16 Nov 1, 2014
Reply by Hal Skinner

"Hello again Bud. The ORNL test that determined the R rating of R-0.0083 was based on…"

Hal Skinner replied Sep 2, 2014 to How much heat energy is lost through the floor of a house?

39 Nov 21, 2014
Reply by Tom Mallard

"Hi Tri,p Your 'Yard sign' comment caught my eye.  I work with a Radiant Control Coat…"

Hal Skinner replied Sep 1, 2014 to Starting a Home Weatherization Business. Considering it...

12 Oct 4, 2014
Reply by Bob Blanchette

"I found the buildingscience article interesting.  Interesting that they noted the we…"

Hal Skinner replied Aug 30, 2014 to How much heat energy is lost through the floor of a house?

39 Nov 21, 2014
Reply by Tom Mallard

"Good morning Bud, Took a quick look at the site and a couple others listed on the Ya…"

Hal Skinner replied Aug 30, 2014 to How much heat energy is lost through the floor of a house?

39 Nov 21, 2014
Reply by Tom Mallard

"I just remembered seeing a report by a federal adency, many years ago, that basicall…"

Hal Skinner replied Aug 29, 2014 to How much heat energy is lost through the floor of a house?

39 Nov 21, 2014
Reply by Tom Mallard

"Richard, One more quick question that might give a clue if you have insulation in th…"

Hal Skinner replied Aug 23, 2014 to Advice for heating a 3-story Vermont home built in 1900?

10 Sep 11, 2014
Reply by richard gaughan

"Hi Richard. If we are talking a circa 1900 home, is there any insulation in the wall…"

Hal Skinner replied Aug 23, 2014 to Advice for heating a 3-story Vermont home built in 1900?

10 Sep 11, 2014
Reply by richard gaughan

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