Brad Cook's Discussions (30)

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"An appropriate type and thickness of XPS rigid insulation will be a vapor barrier (c…"

Brad Cook replied Jan 14, 2016 to Vapor Barrier on top of basement concrete floor

8 Jan 14, 2016
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"To give some perspective, at 11,568 KwH per month, that would be 16.07 KwH per HOUR,…"

Brad Cook replied Jan 14, 2016 to High-use headscratcher

16 Feb 5, 2016
Reply by Mick Lane

"Yes, very good, attention getting headline! But the good news is that lower fuel pri…"

Brad Cook replied Jan 9, 2015 to Take the truckload of chocolate away from the 5 year olds.

7 Jan 10, 2015
Reply by Pat Dundon

"A common cause that I have seen is undersized gas supply piping, especially when a c…"

Brad Cook replied Jun 12, 2014 to Fixing a water heater?

15 Sep 2, 2014
Reply by Steven Turetsky

"Here in central Vermont, we see houses from the 1800s with brick walls as part of th…"

Brad Cook replied Mar 14, 2014 to Closed-Cell Foam & Brick Walls

4 Mar 15, 2014
Reply by Patrick Michaelyan

"I would argue that ALL projects are "staged", unless it is a NetZero project. There…"

Brad Cook replied Mar 8, 2014 to Where do you fall in the "staged" versus "gotta be all at once" discussion?

29 Apr 6, 2014
Reply by tedkidd

"Dennis, you make some very good suggestions. My philosophy is that we should be look…"

Brad Cook replied Feb 7, 2014 to The growing need for lighting auditors

15 Jan 10, 2015
Reply by Don Fitchett

"When the wind is breezy, I use long term averaging. The more the pressure jumps arou…"

Brad Cook replied Jan 13, 2014 to Long term average

4 Jan 15, 2015
Reply by Tom Nicholson

"Walk away. To be blunt, in my opinion, if you are asking these questions on this pro…"

Brad Cook replied Dec 13, 2013 to Water Water Everywhere

4 Dec 14, 2013
Reply by Dennis Heidner

"Learn to take better pictures. Use the flash more often and focus! Without being the…"

Brad Cook replied Nov 16, 2013 to French door air sealing

10 Nov 18, 2013
Reply by Kevin Brauer

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Gregory Cisco replied to Gregory Cisco's discussion Abandoning under-slab HVAC ductwork which fills with groundwater seasonally.
"We looked into this. Quite expensive and the applicator would not make any guarantees. Looking…"
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Gregory Cisco replied to Gregory Cisco's discussion Abandoning under-slab HVAC ductwork which fills with groundwater seasonally.
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