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"Rick, Make this less glassy and mor practical.  I r a contractor, not a bureaucrat. …"

Pat Dundon replied Sep 14, 2012 to Rick Gerardi's case for a "Performance Registry"

23 Sep 14, 2012
Reply by Pat Dundon

"i read a lot of what has been written here. I agree they should not be running a hum…"

Pat Dundon replied Sep 13, 2012 to Winter condensation on windows in a house that is very well insulated.

53 Nov 5, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"Rick, I r a contractor not a bureaucrat, so I sez what I think, perhaps too often.…"

Pat Dundon replied Sep 13, 2012 to Rick Gerardi's case for a "Performance Registry"

23 Sep 14, 2012
Reply by Pat Dundon

"this is a slippery slope.  if the intumescents are tested on a foam product, then th…"

Pat Dundon replied Aug 30, 2012 to Recommended Intumescent Coatings for Polyurethane Foam Insulation

4 Sep 6, 2012
Reply by Leba Lualdi

"Remember the 'floor' of the attic has a thickness. If there is a floor deck that has…"

Pat Dundon replied Aug 20, 2012 to Open combustion furnace in an attic that has been sealed at the end walls and roof.

35 Aug 24, 2012
Reply by Patrick Michaelyan

"Ask if they ever noticed it running after the foam was installed. Houses are forgivi…"

Pat Dundon replied Aug 20, 2012 to Open combustion furnace in an attic that has been sealed at the end walls and roof.

35 Aug 24, 2012
Reply by Patrick Michaelyan

"If you have 2 AC systems in a 3000 sf house with a foamed in roof you have too much…"

Pat Dundon replied Aug 20, 2012 to Open combustion furnace in an attic that has been sealed at the end walls and roof.

35 Aug 24, 2012
Reply by Patrick Michaelyan

"How big is this house? Where is the house? 1500 HDD or 7000 HDD? Does the client nee…"

Pat Dundon replied Aug 17, 2012 to Open combustion furnace in an attic that has been sealed at the end walls and roof.

35 Aug 24, 2012
Reply by Patrick Michaelyan

"Most closed cell foam manufacturers have improved their foam so it does not require…"

Pat Dundon replied Aug 16, 2012 to Open combustion furnace in an attic that has been sealed at the end walls and roof.

35 Aug 24, 2012
Reply by Patrick Michaelyan

"usually you are running an exhaust fan while we do the work, and we hacve occasional…"

Pat Dundon replied Aug 9, 2012 to Sealing Vapor Barriers to Concrete Foundations

14 Dec 13, 2012
Reply by Rob Orchard

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