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"I used to think that the cellulose would keep the blown fiberglass warm and therefor…"

Ed Voytovich replied Jun 2, 2011 to Blown fiberglass + blown cellulose

19 Jun 4, 2011
Reply by Joseph Lamy

"   Theatrical fog is the same stuff you put in kids' electric trains to make the ste…"

Ed Voytovich replied May 5, 2011 to Blowing smoke - into ducts to find leaks

5 May 12, 2011
Reply by Bruce Looney

"Stephanie . . . it's probably too late for this, but I have a client who is a profes…"

Ed Voytovich replied Apr 24, 2011 to Need to interview consumers for article

5 Apr 25, 2011
Reply by Stephanie Inglis

"Trutech for sure.    Ask Bill Spohn there for his recommendation.  He knows his stuf…"

Ed Voytovich replied Apr 1, 2011 to combustion appliance testing equipment

8 Apr 1, 2011
Reply by Ed Voytovich

"The rafters in a house build in 1907 are unlikely to be on 16" centers, so there may…"

Ed Voytovich replied Feb 2, 2011 to How do you recommend improving knee wall insulation???

21 Feb 10, 2011
Reply by A. Tamasin Sterner

"Nice project, Leo.  If your Dow rep is as stellar as mine is, she can probably help…"

Ed Voytovich replied Jan 5, 2011 to Interior rigid insulation retrofit

6 Jan 5, 2011
Reply by Bradford E. White

"In Central NY we use 2" of XPS to keep the dew point at heating design temperature (…"

Ed Voytovich replied Jan 5, 2011 to Looking for a good detail for using 1" rigid on exterior

7 Jan 5, 2011
Reply by Al Heath

"If the insulation is on the inside in a heating climate it needs to be an effective…"

Ed Voytovich replied Jan 5, 2011 to Interior rigid insulation retrofit

6 Jan 5, 2011
Reply by Bradford E. White

"A number of people are talking about how they treat the back side of the kneewall it…"

Ed Voytovich replied Dec 6, 2010 to How do you recommend improving knee wall insulation???

21 Feb 10, 2011
Reply by A. Tamasin Sterner

"Not dense pack against the underside of the roof. Foam. Imagine a wall this angle: |…"

Ed Voytovich replied Dec 6, 2010 to How do you recommend improving knee wall insulation???

21 Feb 10, 2011
Reply by A. Tamasin Sterner

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