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"Thanks for the link, this is a great app! We do lime plaster finishes on our histori…"

Bill Bradbury replied Dec 2, 2013 to Standard Wall Thermal Upgrade Analysis

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"For natural gas, run only the furnace for a given time, mark the dial difference on…"

Bill Bradbury replied Dec 2, 2013 to Combustion Furnace BTU output

9 Dec 6, 2013
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"Air sealing a wall like this must be done with a vapor diffusive material or you wil…"

Bill Bradbury replied Mar 18, 2013 to HELP - AIR SEALING a Continuous Stone Interior/ Exterior Wall

14 Apr 18, 2013
Reply by Robert D York Jr

"Yes, a typical annual household heating bill here is about the same, but my client h…"

Bill Bradbury replied Dec 11, 2012 to Eliminating Standing Pilot Light Furnaces

13 Dec 11, 2012
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"1) Turn down the gas pressure, that is a crazy big pilot 2) Replacing this cast iron…"

Bill Bradbury replied Dec 11, 2012 to Eliminating Standing Pilot Light Furnaces

13 Dec 11, 2012
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"Technology has it's place, but legislating the adoption of new(or in this case not s…"

Bill Bradbury replied Nov 30, 2012 to Eliminating Standing Pilot Light Furnaces

13 Dec 11, 2012
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"So glad to hear, good luck!"

Bill Bradbury replied Apr 18, 2012 to How to help new energy pros migrate into our new career as fresh students right out of class

13 Apr 18, 2012
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"Some of the most knowledgeable trades people I know volunteer for Habitat for Humani…"

Bill Bradbury replied Apr 2, 2012 to How to help new energy pros migrate into our new career as fresh students right out of class

13 Apr 18, 2012
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"Hi Tom, I looked over your plans a little closer this morning and there are a couple…"

Bill Bradbury replied Apr 2, 2012 to Applied Passive-solar Structural Design

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"Hi Tom, this is a great idea that has been in use for at least 100 years, but is rar…"

Bill Bradbury replied Mar 31, 2012 to Applied Passive-solar Structural Design

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