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"The location of a water pipe break can be quite a distance from the point where it f…"

Ed Minch replied Mar 8, 2013 to Frozen Pipes on Interior Wall

7 Mar 14, 2013
Reply by Michael Jensen

"We work in both new and existing houses MD where the 2012 IECC is in effect, and if…"

Ed Minch replied Jan 31, 2013 to ASHRAE 62.2.2010 and the $20 app

35 May 10, 2013
Reply by Jim Peck

"Why not just fill up the cavity with 19 layers of the Prodex for a total of R-300+??…"

Ed Minch replied Dec 27, 2012 to Polyiso, roxul & reflective insulation combination

11 Dec 27, 2012
Reply by Daniel W

"Something is screwy with the site tonight We use OSB to cover the edges of things li…"

Ed Minch replied Nov 3, 2012 to Dense pack cellulose in enclosed rim joist

24 Nov 9, 2012
Reply by Tom Walther

"can you be specific - I am not seeing it"

Ed Minch replied Nov 3, 2012 to Dense pack cellulose in enclosed rim joist

24 Nov 9, 2012
Reply by Tom Walther

"In what way are we not complying with the code?"

Ed Minch replied Nov 3, 2012 to Dense pack cellulose in enclosed rim joist

24 Nov 9, 2012
Reply by Tom Walther

"In what way are we not complying with the code?"

Ed Minch replied Nov 3, 2012 to Dense pack cellulose in enclosed rim joist

24 Nov 9, 2012
Reply by Tom Walther

"In what way are we not complying with the code?"

Ed Minch replied Nov 3, 2012 to Dense pack cellulose in enclosed rim joist

24 Nov 9, 2012
Reply by Tom Walther

"Practically speaking, we seal all holes less than about 2' with foam.  1/2" OSB does…"

Ed Minch replied Nov 3, 2012 to Dense pack cellulose in enclosed rim joist

24 Nov 9, 2012
Reply by Tom Walther

"Robert: This is an interesting and confusing area.  Acceptable fIreblock materials a…"

Ed Minch replied Nov 3, 2012 to Dense pack cellulose in enclosed rim joist

24 Nov 9, 2012
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