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"$400 is over priced.  What you should know about furnace filters is that they shoul…"

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

29 Mar 25, 2014
Reply by Brett Little

"Bob   4 inch filters are not a better filter, they have more surface area and last l…"

Robert H replied Dec 22, 2012 to Duct Cleaning? Good value or a waste of money?

21 Dec 22, 2012
Reply by Robert H

"Selling a house as is means you are not willing to do any repairs that the seller ma…"

Robert H replied Nov 27, 2012 to Pros and Cons of Selling House

3 Jan 22, 2013
Reply by Tim Hook

"Scott Its a spray caulk to be used for air sealing. It is only meant to be applied…"

Robert H replied May 18, 2012 to Does anyone have any experience with an Owens Corning product called "Energy Complete" ?

21 May 23, 2012
Reply by Bruce Navin

"That is a horrendous job of installing batts.  A perfect example of why I would neve…"

Robert H replied May 18, 2012 to Does anyone have any experience with an Owens Corning product called "Energy Complete" ?

21 May 23, 2012
Reply by Bruce Navin

"I spoke with a builder who has tried both the Owens product and the Knauf product.  …"

Robert H replied May 18, 2012 to Does anyone have any experience with an Owens Corning product called "Energy Complete" ?

21 May 23, 2012
Reply by Bruce Navin

"Something to remember is that newer high SEER AC's have a higher coil temp than the…"

Robert H replied May 18, 2012 to Indoor Humidity Levels

5 May 18, 2012
Reply by Robert H

"I dont know if it was good or bad.  Most said they dont push an audit.  They only ci…"

Robert H replied May 17, 2012 to Article on Energy Audits

7 May 24, 2012
Reply by Dennis Cheslik

"The dryer vent should be replaced with a smooth wall pipe.  How long is the run.  Th…"

Robert H replied May 3, 2012 to Air Sealing Woes

30 May 31, 2012
Reply by Patrick Michaelyan

"There are a couple of things to consider. First off fiberglass does not work well in…"

Robert H replied May 3, 2012 to Your thoughts on wiring fiberglass batts to the roof deck (hot dry climate)

8 May 10, 2012
Reply by Craig Bird

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