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"Thanks a lot Ed. And thanks to all who have added their two cents. I think I know w…"

Patrick Michaelyan replied May 23, 2013 to Hot Upper Stories

17 May 23, 2013
Reply by Stan Kuhn

"I have my HVAC expert heading out there soon. I'll follow up."

Patrick Michaelyan replied May 11, 2013 to Hot Upper Stories

17 May 23, 2013
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"These HOs in my area are very concerned with what the Jones' think, so lighter color…"

Patrick Michaelyan replied May 11, 2013 to Hot Upper Stories

17 May 23, 2013
Reply by Stan Kuhn

"Asphalt shingles, about 10 years old. Dark color. Thanks for the advice on low-E co…"

Patrick Michaelyan replied May 11, 2013 to Hot Upper Stories

17 May 23, 2013
Reply by Stan Kuhn

"Bud, Washington D.C. area. Blower door: 3,300 CFM50. 2,200 square feet conditione…"

Patrick Michaelyan replied May 10, 2013 to Hot Upper Stories

17 May 23, 2013
Reply by Stan Kuhn

"ACH50 is 7.99 and ACHn is 0.52. The most recent blower door was 2,850 CFM50, with t…"

Patrick Michaelyan replied Jan 6, 2013 to Mold Growth & Draftiness Post Energy Improvements

15 Jan 7, 2013
Reply by Robert D York Jr

"Is there a sure-fire way to tell if a gas insert is vented properly?"

Patrick Michaelyan replied Jan 6, 2013 to Mold Growth & Draftiness Post Energy Improvements

15 Jan 7, 2013
Reply by Robert D York Jr

"Bud, I have been thinking about what you said with regard to the foam itself being…"

Patrick Michaelyan replied Jan 6, 2013 to Mold Growth & Draftiness Post Energy Improvements

15 Jan 7, 2013
Reply by Robert D York Jr

"Thanks Kevin. You leave me with a lot to consider. I will likely need to follow-up…"

Patrick Michaelyan replied Jan 6, 2013 to Mold Growth & Draftiness Post Energy Improvements

15 Jan 7, 2013
Reply by Robert D York Jr

"Thanks a lot Doug! I will be monitoring the humidity levels in this house after I t…"

Patrick Michaelyan replied Jan 6, 2013 to Mold Growth & Draftiness Post Energy Improvements

15 Jan 7, 2013
Reply by Robert D York Jr

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