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"Flex is the worst product you can use, especially with it sloping back into the bath…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Feb 19, 2016 to Condensation from ceiling vent fan in barn bathroom

6 Feb 19, 2016
Reply by Eric Kjelshus

"You may wish to reread - it reduces "concentrations" not radon entering which can st…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Feb 2, 2016 to Radon: Truth vs. Myth

147 Mar 31, 2016
Reply by Rodney Fox

"I don't think anyone here, much less me has an issue with old texts as much does sta…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Feb 1, 2016 to Radon: Truth vs. Myth

147 Mar 31, 2016
Reply by Rodney Fox

"Let me just state "use your head" does not mean you are not, you are questioning whi…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Jan 25, 2016 to Radon: Truth vs. Myth

147 Mar 31, 2016
Reply by Rodney Fox

"I noticed that the bulk of the references used are back in the 70's & 80's - jus…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Jan 23, 2016 to Radon: Truth vs. Myth

147 Mar 31, 2016
Reply by Rodney Fox

"The foam is a barrier & besides in all cases - no plastic sheets above concrete.…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Jan 6, 2016 to Vapor Barrier on top of basement concrete floor

8 Jan 14, 2016
Reply by Brad Cook

"http://www.nps.gov/tps/standards/rehabilitation.htm In answer to the OP - the answer…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Oct 30, 2015 to How Would You Weatherize this Historic Home?

11 Nov 12, 2015
Reply by Jesse Erbel

"Foam board on bottom (taped & sealed - if two layers offset all seams) & the…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Oct 22, 2015 to Airsealing an old basement ceiling

16 May 26, 2016
Reply by Ed Minch

"Actually there are generally 2 elements which would both pull 4500 so 9000 (unless y…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Aug 26, 2015 to Does calcification affect electric water heater aquastat temperature sensor performance?

19 Sep 24, 2015
Reply by tedkidd

"Do they have a recirculating system running full time or occupancy center type? Calc…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Aug 26, 2015 to Does calcification affect electric water heater aquastat temperature sensor performance?

19 Sep 24, 2015
Reply by tedkidd

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