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"Tom, I posted my link onto another thread so we don't get sidetracked on this thread…"

Bud Poll replied Dec 28, 2011 to Applied Passive-solar Structural Design

48 Apr 2, 2012
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"Ed and all others, I have completed my first run through the diagrams to help explai…"

Bud Poll replied Dec 28, 2011 to The science of hot air rising

141 Sep 26, 2012
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"I see you prefer pencil and paper as well :). and coffee.  I finally added a small g…"

Bud Poll replied Dec 28, 2011 to Applied Passive-solar Structural Design

48 Apr 2, 2012
Reply by Bill Bradbury

"Gravity is the moving force and it is the colder air winning the battle for the bott…"

Bud Poll replied Dec 27, 2011 to Applied Passive-solar Structural Design

48 Apr 2, 2012
Reply by Bill Bradbury

"Hi Tom, I could use a picture as well, but from what you have said, it sounds like y…"

Bud Poll replied Dec 27, 2011 to Applied Passive-solar Structural Design

48 Apr 2, 2012
Reply by Bill Bradbury

"Hi Grant, your search for that mountain of information is something I have considere…"

Bud Poll replied Dec 23, 2011 to Multi Family Auditing

38 May 10, 2012
Reply by Tim Marlett

"Hi Dmitri, I have to agree with you in not liking the ticking indicator, I guess I'v…"

Bud Poll replied Dec 22, 2011 to Ambient Combustable Gas

6 Jan 6, 2012
Reply by Tom Barrett

"Joseph and Chad, to my knowledge the only approved method for installing a cfl or ot…"

Bud Poll replied Dec 15, 2011 to Dense pack cellulose in rafters

19 Dec 22, 2011
Reply by Joseph Miuccio

"Hi Craig, Although I would love to have a simple fix for this seemingly simple probl…"

Bud Poll replied Dec 8, 2011 to Dense pack cellulose in rafters

19 Dec 22, 2011
Reply by Joseph Miuccio

"Hi Craig, No direct experience in what you asked, but I have seen the venting proces…"

Bud Poll replied Dec 5, 2011 to Ventilation for Spray Foam retrofit

3 Dec 15, 2011
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