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"Sounds like a successful project, Todd, but please do remember that home performance…"

Ed Voytovich replied Feb 5 to One Knob and the Pain That Inspired It

3 Feb 5
Reply by tedkidd

"I put them in my system thinking that the idea made sense.  I turned them off after…"

Ed Voytovich replied Aug 7, 2014 to UV lights on filters

14 Jan 20
Reply by Eric Kjelshus

"I bought the UV lights and found myself replacing the expensive bulbs way more often…"

Ed Voytovich replied Mar 20, 2014 to UV light in Furnace?

29 Mar 25, 2014
Reply by Brett Little

"Ethan . . . insulation is only the half of it:  it's especially important to do a go…"

Ed Voytovich replied Mar 9, 2014 to Insulating with *Updated* (an oxymoron, right!) knob and tube wiring

8 Mar 29, 2014
Reply by Ethan Bodnaruk

" Ethan . . . 1929 is pretty late for knob and tube in new construction; it would be…"

Ed Voytovich replied Mar 6, 2014 to Insulating with *Updated* (an oxymoron, right!) knob and tube wiring

8 Mar 29, 2014
Reply by Ethan Bodnaruk

"In the beginning of the HPES program here in Syracuse, the good people sent out  by…"

Ed Voytovich replied Dec 20, 2012 to Duct Cleaning? Good value or a waste of money?

21 Dec 22, 2012
Reply by Robert H

"My suggestion is not at all amusing:  "We need to sell home performance to provide c…"

Ed Voytovich replied Dec 16, 2012 to Best Energy Myths

40 Dec 27, 2012
Reply by Nehemiah Stone

"Jim . . . I would add that plenty of things at the quantum level behave differently…"

Ed Voytovich replied Aug 9, 2012 to First Law of Themodynamics

3 Aug 9, 2012
Reply by Ed Voytovich

"If this is step one on a vinyl siding job there may be clapboards or other siding on…"

Ed Voytovich replied Jun 28, 2012 to waste of time and material

3 Jun 28, 2012
Reply by Ed Voytovich

"Based on the results of my own duct cleaning that was done by a highly competent and…"

Ed Voytovich replied Nov 25, 2011 to Duct Cleaning? Good value or a waste of money?

21 Dec 22, 2012
Reply by Robert H

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