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"I've got the Testo 327 and like it quite a bit. It has the water trap built into the…"

David Meiland replied Mar 10, 2011 to combustion appliance testing equipment

8 Apr 1, 2011
Reply by Ed Voytovich

"I hadn't seen those before, but they look like they're intended for plugging holes i…"

David Meiland replied Mar 10, 2011 to Drilling through a flue pipe of a power-vented combustion appliance

17 Mar 14, 2011
Reply by David Meiland

"AC Tool and Home Inspector Essentials are also good sources."

David Meiland replied Mar 10, 2011 to combustion appliance testing equipment

8 Apr 1, 2011
Reply by Ed Voytovich

"Best case is that you remove the boards and the existing insulation completely befor…"

David Meiland replied Mar 7, 2011 to Enclosed Attic Insulation - Uncover or not?

6 Mar 19, 2011
Reply by Tom Lewis

"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7A7sExbFO8w   In this one he drills and tests a PVC f…"

David Meiland replied Mar 2, 2011 to Drilling through a flue pipe of a power-vented combustion appliance

17 Mar 14, 2011
Reply by David Meiland

"I don't have any answers to your questions, but thanks for sharing those photos--the…"

David Meiland replied Mar 1, 2011 to Rebate programs for injection foam? Not sure.

17 Jun 12, 2011
Reply by Erin Buchanan

"He's probably talking about Aeroseal http://www.aeroseal.com/ I have no experience w…"

David Meiland replied Feb 22, 2011 to Duct Sealing Spray From the Inside

11 Feb 28, 2011
Reply by Evan Mills

"I did a couple of duplex/triplex units last week and was told to test one unit at a…"

David Meiland replied Feb 17, 2011 to What kind of experience have folks had using blower doors in multifamily buildings?

2 Feb 21, 2011
Reply by Graeme Nix

"What about dropping a weight on a string from the attic and seeing if you hit someth…"

David Meiland replied Feb 15, 2011 to How to tell if home is balloon framed with IR Camera?

4 Feb 16, 2011
Reply by Joseph J. Ilacqua

"I would consider using cellulose insulation blown in between the rafters, rather tha…"

David Meiland replied Feb 12, 2011 to Nailbase insulation vs. 2 layers of tuff-r with staggered seams

2 Mar 1, 2011
Reply by Robert H

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