Sean Lintow Sr's Discussions (414)

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"Having been in enough attics out there, I know it can be a nightmare but in reality…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Jun 15, 2012 to Insulating Rigid Ducts in attic space - best practices?

6 Jun 22, 2012
Reply by Ed Minch

"Bubble wrap is nothing but marketing BS, and the FG isn't even going to be close to…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Jun 15, 2012 to Insulating Rigid Ducts in attic space - best practices?

6 Jun 22, 2012
Reply by Ed Minch

"Sorry I have got to say it - you (generically stated) all are great at parroting the…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Jun 13, 2012 to BPI to Adopt ASHRAE Standard 62.2010?

13 Jun 21, 2012
Reply by Craig A. Lawson

"Sure 89 is toast & 62.2's formula is (Total square foot of a home/100) + (Number…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Jun 13, 2012 to BPI to Adopt ASHRAE Standard 62.2010?

13 Jun 21, 2012
Reply by Craig A. Lawson

"The only issue(s) I can possibly see that Tedd didn't mention is possibly expansion…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied May 15, 2012 to Insulating rooftop ducts with spray foam - retro - hot/dry climate

15 Jun 15, 2012
Reply by Pat Dundon

"http://alagbs.com/energy-efficiency-audits that has three of our packages & the…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied May 7, 2012 to Marketing | Packages

21 Jun 22, 2012
Reply by Joshua Knittel

"I definitely have to agree with Bud Should these areas be corrected, yes... Are they…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied May 2, 2012 to Air Sealing Woes

30 May 31, 2012
Reply by Patrick Michaelyan

"My .02 then... Spring & weatherstripped for front door then I agree the area is…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied May 2, 2012 to Air Sealing Woes

30 May 31, 2012
Reply by Patrick Michaelyan

"Ok I am confused - the mail slot only goes through the storm door, not the wood one?…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied May 2, 2012 to Air Sealing Woes

30 May 31, 2012
Reply by Patrick Michaelyan

"Shaking head slowly... When it is needed most, the driver is heat. On a very cold wi…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied May 2, 2012 to The Short-Circuit Theory, Keep or Remove Those Gable Vents?

21 May 8, 2012
Reply by Bob Blanchette

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