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"Jim, I'm chuckling as I remember reading an article years ago about the development…"

Bud Poll replied Jun 7, 2012 to LBL map for determining "n" values

3 Jun 8, 2012
Reply by Max Sherman

"James, despite the comments from Zachary, I feel your blog expresses some serious co…"

Bud Poll replied Jun 5, 2012 to Home Energy Score Launch

53 Jul 6, 2012
Reply by James H. Bushart

"Hi Randy, A story repeated all too often.  The people you want to explain this to ar…"

Bud Poll replied Jun 4, 2012 to Chicago misses opportunity to Air seal 2800 homes

3 Jun 8, 2012
Reply by Patrick Michaelyan

"Bob, easy to tell you've been out in the real world :). Good post. To put some numbe…"

Bud Poll replied May 8, 2012 to The Short-Circuit Theory, Keep or Remove Those Gable Vents?

21 May 8, 2012
Reply by Bob Blanchette

"Hi John, I also agree that the description or the design is wrong.  I suspect the po…"

Bud Poll replied May 7, 2012 to The science of hot air rising

141 Sep 26, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"Hi Bob, My take on John's list is not that stack effect is the starting point for de…"

Bud Poll replied May 5, 2012 to The science of hot air rising

141 Sep 26, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"There is the obvious gap between what energy auditors should know and how they shoul…"

Bud Poll replied May 3, 2012 to The science of hot air rising

141 Sep 26, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"The attic would be colder for one.  Combine that with some overlooked house to attic…"

Bud Poll replied May 3, 2012 to The Short-Circuit Theory, Keep or Remove Those Gable Vents?

21 May 8, 2012
Reply by Bob Blanchette

"I owe you an email, I think.  Glad you found this as it has been some time.  The iss…"

Bud Poll replied May 3, 2012 to The Short-Circuit Theory, Keep or Remove Those Gable Vents?

21 May 8, 2012
Reply by Bob Blanchette

"Here's a related question for you.  A 1,500 sq ft home, 12,000 cubic feet volume.  H…"

Bud Poll replied May 3, 2012 to The Short-Circuit Theory, Keep or Remove Those Gable Vents?

21 May 8, 2012
Reply by Bob Blanchette

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