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"Unbelievable... Sean shared an old-timer carpenter trick online. Dude, that's 20 dem…"

David Meiland replied Jan 15, 2012 to Out of Square Door, How to Fix ?

7 Jan 20, 2012
Reply by Jeff Warner

"To me this is a conflict of interest, they are using the audit as a Sales Tool. If t…"

David Meiland replied Jan 13, 2012 to The end of profits for Auditors/raters

100 Feb 5, 2012
Reply by Ed Minch

"You sure it's Aerogel? It sounds to me more like Insul-Tarp..."

David Meiland replied Jan 10, 2012 to Best Thing Since Sliced Bread

6 Jan 12, 2012
Reply by Anthony Hyde

"Your unit may have been malfunctioning, and the best way to find out is to send it b…"

David Meiland replied Dec 22, 2011 to Ambient Combustable Gas

6 Jan 6, 2012
Reply by Tom Barrett

"Eric, correct, you figure the BAS for the house, use measured CFM50 and n-factor to…"

David Meiland replied Dec 11, 2011 to Residential ventilation levels

38 Sep 16, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"I think your approach is generally correct, but it sounds like you may be putting yo…"

David Meiland replied Dec 7, 2011 to Mold on exterior walls

11 Jan 27, 2015
Reply by David Snell

"I think you need to be very careful when dealing with "mold" (or is it a fungus, or…"

David Meiland replied Dec 7, 2011 to Mold on exterior walls

11 Jan 27, 2015
Reply by David Snell

"fix the air leaks first in the attic & not just try to cover over them   +1 on t…"

David Meiland replied Nov 24, 2011 to Radiant barrier over blown in insulation

21 Nov 28, 2011
Reply by Ed Minch

"If you really don't want to get a second blower door, get a length of flex duct and…"

David Meiland replied Nov 12, 2011 to Duct testing in a conditioned crawlspace

13 Nov 25, 2011
Reply by Ed Minch

"Not an answer to your question, but if you had a common compressor, wouldn't the bui…"

David Meiland replied Nov 10, 2011 to DHPs in MF projects

5 Nov 13, 2011
Reply by Pam Worner

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