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"This is not the only problem with sprinklers.  Any pipe in the attic with water in i…"

Ed Minch replied Mar 20, 2014 to Fire sprinklers & air infiltration?

9 Mar 20, 2014
Reply by Ed Minch

"I see what you mean - but the title of the thread is: Which is the valid draft test,…"

Ed Minch replied Mar 12, 2014 to Which is the valid draft test?

14 Mar 12, 2014
Reply by tedkidd

"Ted Still too cryptic"

Ed Minch replied Mar 12, 2014 to Which is the valid draft test?

14 Mar 12, 2014
Reply by tedkidd

"A pitot tube on an airplane is pointed forward because you want to measure air speed…"

Ed Minch replied Feb 28, 2014 to Which is the valid draft test?

14 Mar 12, 2014
Reply by tedkidd

"Robert It seems that you describe filing the entire cavity between the vertical inte…"

Ed Minch replied Dec 21, 2013 to Insulating the "walls" of a mansard-style roof.

20 Jan 13, 2014
Reply by Robert Haverlock

"Two things First, the house looks new enough (after 1980??) to already have fibergla…"

Ed Minch replied Dec 12, 2013 to Insulating the "walls" of a mansard-style roof.

20 Jan 13, 2014
Reply by Robert Haverlock

"David If it were the same exterior wall we wouldn't be able to see the uninsulated c…"

Ed Minch replied Jun 14, 2013 to June's Stump the Chump: What's Wrong with this Picture?

7 Jun 15, 2013
Reply by Sean Lintow Sr

"Nothing is wrong.  The back wall is common to the house and it is cool in the house.…"

Ed Minch replied Jun 13, 2013 to June's Stump the Chump: What's Wrong with this Picture?

7 Jun 15, 2013
Reply by Sean Lintow Sr

"Great document - however they give short shrift to my preferred recommendation which…"

Ed Minch replied May 28, 2013 to air sealing sprinklers

8 May 28, 2013
Reply by Ed Minch

"We have successfully treated this same problem in perhaps 1000 of this same house in…"

Ed Minch replied May 23, 2013 to Hot Upper Stories

17 May 23, 2013
Reply by Stan Kuhn

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