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"Low-E coatings are directional.  When replacing a "glass pack" as they call it, you…"

Thomas Price replied Apr 5, 2012 to 'See through' Radiant Barrier window attachment?

15 Sep 9, 2014
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"Boy, from the 3D model of this building in Google Earth, it looks like there are abo…"

Thomas Price replied Apr 5, 2012 to 'See through' Radiant Barrier window attachment?

15 Sep 9, 2014
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"I'm sure it is a good product, especially in large institutional or industrial build…"

Thomas Price replied Apr 5, 2012 to 'See through' Radiant Barrier window attachment?

15 Sep 9, 2014
Reply by Hal Skinner

"I would just say that I agree with all of your points.  I think that testing can be…"

Thomas Price replied Mar 22, 2012 to To test or not to test that is the question.

4 Mar 22, 2012
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"My limited experience is in KY and VA.  I haven't yet encountered a house that is be…"

Thomas Price replied Feb 12, 2012 to Multi Family Auditing

38 May 10, 2012
Reply by Tim Marlett

"I guess what I'm trying to get at is that most of the homes I have tested are way ov…"

Thomas Price replied Feb 8, 2012 to Multi Family Auditing

38 May 10, 2012
Reply by Tim Marlett

"Agreed, but that has more to do with testing out."

Thomas Price replied Feb 8, 2012 to Multi Family Auditing

38 May 10, 2012
Reply by Tim Marlett

"That's pretty much what I was afraid was the reason. Disturbing. I'm into saving ene…"

Thomas Price replied Jan 27, 2012 to Multi Family Auditing

38 May 10, 2012
Reply by Tim Marlett

"Yes, I love that municipal hot water they're starting to use.  I saw a new system ju…"

Thomas Price replied Jan 16, 2012 to US vs EU

20 Jan 16, 2012
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"No arguments from me on that, and I can also understand why you wouldn't want to get…"

Thomas Price replied Jan 15, 2012 to US vs EU

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