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"1. Well if you go with #3 - you had better be running 6 or more to get the proper R-…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Oct 2, 2013 to Unvented Roof Assembly

5 Oct 4, 2013
Reply by Patrick Michaelyan

"The biggest issue is checking the cavities first for any signs of water intrusion &a…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Oct 2, 2013 to Does adding drill-and-fill insulation to uninsulated exterior walls without re-cladding lead to moisture issues in the wall cavities?

6 Oct 4, 2013
Reply by Jesse Erbel

"Assuming I am reading this right... Bathroom vents typically only extract 75 - 80% o…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Sep 24, 2013 to Range Hood Draft

22 Oct 18, 2013
Reply by Roman

"Do a true duct leakage test, dominant is pretty worthless Do not do a static pressur…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Jul 24, 2013 to Easy Tests for HVAC during audit

17 Aug 11, 2013
Reply by R Higgins

"Build a box, air seal & mound insulation over them equivalent to what's around t…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Jul 23, 2013 to Insulating in-wall/in-ceiling speakers

26 Aug 9, 2013
Reply by Pat Dundon

"Over what exactly - the code process is involved of many groups who all have an inte…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Jun 23, 2013 to Building Codes to be voted on in Oct.

4 Jul 19, 2013
Reply by Corbett Lunsford

"Yeah that is a big issue, especially with the improvements made to not only the equi…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Jun 21, 2013 to Air Handler Fan Speed

15 Jul 8, 2013
Reply by Eric Kjelshus

"I was hoping someone else would pop in, but as I recall some models (if not all) hav…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Jun 21, 2013 to Air Handler Fan Speed

15 Jul 8, 2013
Reply by Eric Kjelshus

"Well the first thing they teach you at Snell is to say "it appears that" With that -…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Jun 15, 2013 to June's Stump the Chump: What's Wrong with this Picture?

7 Jun 15, 2013
Reply by Sean Lintow Sr

"It is called a cave, that is about the only "passive" environment that will keep it…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Jun 5, 2013 to How to Add a Passively Cooled Wine Cellar?

11 Jun 9, 2013
Reply by Dennis Heidner

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