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"Brian You say you dont want foam.  What is foam? Plastic!   What is the poly  you p…"

Robert H replied May 1, 2015 to Dense packed cellulose in basement?

31 May 5, 2015
Reply by Bryan Pringle

"So Bob are you more worried about the temp in your attic or the energy  efficiency o…"

Robert H replied Oct 11, 2014 to ridge vent orientation

25 Oct 17, 2014
Reply by Bud Poll

"It really doesnt take much to vent an attic.   The biggest benefit is to remove mois…"

Robert H replied Oct 9, 2014 to ridge vent orientation

25 Oct 17, 2014
Reply by Bud Poll

"I am a skeptic.  I think there was probably a lot of air sealing benefit.  As we kno…"

Robert H replied Sep 26, 2014 to An example of what an RCC can do with no R- insulation in the walls.

17 Sep 29, 2014
Reply by Hal Skinner

"Uv lights do not create any byproducts.  You may be thinking about ozone. Ozone has…"

Robert H replied Aug 8, 2014 to UV lights on filters

14 Jan 20, 2015
Reply by Eric Kjelshus

"How do you measure what they prevent? For some people they can make a difference and…"

Robert H replied Aug 7, 2014 to UV lights on filters

14 Jan 20, 2015
Reply by Eric Kjelshus

"Was there a catalyst?  For disinfecting you are looking at UVC not UVA. I have seen…"

Robert H replied Aug 4, 2014 to UV lights on filters

14 Jan 20, 2015
Reply by Eric Kjelshus

"I think it boils down to how well the hatch is insulated and sealed. If the hatch is…"

Robert H replied Aug 4, 2014 to Whole House Fans - Love 'Em or Not?

73 Aug 14, 2014
Reply by Kurt Shafer

"Jerry that is a lot of twisting of facts.   Radiant barriers work on one of the 3 me…"

Robert H replied Mar 1, 2013 to What is COSTCO doing?

31 Mar 1, 2013
Reply by Jerry Lahr

"That sounds like a ozone generator.  I always advise against introducing ozone in to…"

Robert H replied Jan 31, 2013 to UV light in Furnace?

29 Mar 25, 2014
Reply by Brett Little

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