Jim Peck's Discussions (28)

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"Decades of experience in the Culinary realm give me a slightly different perspective…"

Jim Peck replied Apr 12, 2014 to CAZ Depressurization: NOT a Big Deal?

19 Apr 21, 2014
Reply by Glen Gallo

"Ratings and software combine to make estimates True analysis comes from Consumption:…"

Jim Peck replied Mar 21, 2014 to HERS Index tracking 5 years or more after construction

18 Mar 27, 2014
Reply by Brett Little

"I would think you would want to use fiberglass.  Calculate and use a good controlled…"

Jim Peck replied Mar 21, 2014 to Best Insulation For Older Building With Potential Moisture

8 Mar 27, 2014
Reply by Roy L. Miller

"It all comes down to money, does it not? "

Jim Peck 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

"mothballs have worked for decades"

Jim Peck replied Mar 8, 2014 to How to keep mice, critters from getting into duct insulation that is under a house that is on piers.

5 Mar 13, 2014
Reply by Charles Cormany

"Yes, and when I cannot sleep I do my own version counting the length of time my FAN…"

Jim Peck replied Jan 28, 2014 to Calculating BTU lost per cfm leaks

23 Feb 1, 2014
Reply by Dmitri A Martin

"Mass Save has a pretty aggressive program addressing both those issues Bob"

Jim Peck replied Jan 22, 2014 to Energy Savings that Are Hot Air!

13 Jan 27, 2014
Reply by Tom Mallard

"Nice explanation.  thanks"

Jim Peck replied Dec 7, 2013 to Insulating the "walls" of a mansard-style roof.

20 Jan 13, 2014
Reply by Robert Haverlock

"Count me in as a firm advocate!"

Jim Peck replied Jul 22, 2013 to Let's hear your feedback on Home Energy Pros!

31 Jun 15, 2015
Reply by Andrew J. Courts, Jr.

"Bud, My Energy awareness is an ongoing process.The first thing I always do when tryi…"

Jim Peck replied Jul 22, 2013 to HDD and internal gain.

9 Jul 22, 2013
Reply by David Williams

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