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"Based off actually taking the drywall down, it is a crapshoot - I see plenty of jobs…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Jun 9, 2011 to Prevailing insulation levels - what do you see in the field?

5 Jun 14, 2011
Reply by Joseph Lamy

"Vapor retarder like Tyvek would be good, but a vapor barrier like plastic would be b…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Jun 7, 2011 to Concerns about drill-and-fill cellulose insulation in walls without a vapor barrier

6 Jun 16, 2011
Reply by Nehemiah Stone

"Ed nailed the infrared & heat part - as for the rodents, it depends on the attic…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Jun 2, 2011 to Blown fiberglass + blown cellulose

19 Jun 4, 2011
Reply by Joseph Lamy

"You mean the furnaces are installed under the trusses,not above them right? My first…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied May 31, 2011 to Commercial building - relocating thermal/air barrier

9 Jun 3, 2011
Reply by tedkidd

"While I would normally agree with you (i.e. batt insulation) this is blown FG and it…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied May 29, 2011 to Blown fiberglass + blown cellulose

19 Jun 4, 2011
Reply by Joseph Lamy

"Blown on blown - no (assuming it's in great shape, no rodent issues,etc...) I would…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied May 27, 2011 to Blown fiberglass + blown cellulose

19 Jun 4, 2011
Reply by Joseph Lamy

"Stacy that's a great idea, unfortunately while Community Colleges might be good in y…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied May 26, 2011 to Tornado Damaged Homes

8 May 26, 2011
Reply by Carol A. Markell

"Man talk about a bunch of loaded questions - yes it is a great opportunity to build…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied May 26, 2011 to Tornado Damaged Homes

8 May 26, 2011
Reply by Carol A. Markell

"Michael, that's correct - one for BA & the other for Envelope The trainers &…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied May 18, 2011 to Expressed concerns over the scope of work that the vendors are performing with employees in the HES program, work relating to the combustion testing of fossil fuel heating appliances.

18 May 23, 2011
Reply by Gary Baggett

"Depends, where are those other two gallons going? If it is going down the drain, tha…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied May 18, 2011 to Are Reverse Osmosis water systems actually eco-friendly?

5 Jun 1, 2011
Reply by Peter C

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