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"Chris, to what are you referring to as the Kool Aid? If you are referring to cellul…"

Patrick Michaelyan replied Nov 1, 2014 to Blown Cellulose VS Blown Fiberglass in the Attic

12 Nov 1, 2014
Reply by Morgan Hunter

"Bob, You raise a lot of good points\questions, but how much dirt is really going to…"

Patrick Michaelyan replied Oct 11, 2014 to ridge vent orientation

25 Oct 17, 2014
Reply by Bud Poll

"Hello pros. I have discussed attic\roof ventilation at length with clients. I have…"

Patrick Michaelyan replied Oct 10, 2014 to ridge vent orientation

25 Oct 17, 2014
Reply by Bud Poll

"I have been working with Jenn and her iEnergyApp for a while now. I found her and he…"

Patrick Michaelyan replied Jul 15, 2014 to iEnergyApp: Quickly generate professional reports for homeowners and get more contracts!

3 Jul 31, 2014
Reply by Jenn Saunders

"Thank you Brad, that is very helpful."

Patrick Michaelyan replied Mar 15, 2014 to Closed-Cell Foam & Brick Walls

4 Mar 15, 2014
Reply by Patrick Michaelyan

"Thanks Sean."

Patrick Michaelyan replied Mar 12, 2014 to Closed-Cell Foam & Brick Walls

4 Mar 15, 2014
Reply by Patrick Michaelyan

"Wow, thanks Tom. Pictures (images) really can tell a lot. I am a couple weeks out…"

Patrick Michaelyan replied Mar 6, 2014 to Rigid Foam (Polyiso) as a Weather-Resistive Barrier

10 Mar 18, 2014
Reply by Dennis Heidner

"Thanks Sean!"

Patrick Michaelyan replied Mar 3, 2014 to Rigid Foam (Polyiso) as a Weather-Resistive Barrier

10 Mar 18, 2014
Reply by Dennis Heidner

"Thanks Bud. Back to the drawing board for now."

Patrick Michaelyan replied Mar 3, 2014 to Rigid Foam (Polyiso) as a Weather-Resistive Barrier

10 Mar 18, 2014
Reply by Dennis Heidner

"Bud, I am in northern Virginia (NOVA). The recommended above-sheathing R-value is a…"

Patrick Michaelyan replied Mar 3, 2014 to Rigid Foam (Polyiso) as a Weather-Resistive Barrier

10 Mar 18, 2014
Reply by Dennis Heidner

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