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"Its more about run time with high RH removing, than to large over sized AC unit, in…"

Eric Kjelshus replied yesterday to Too many BTU's. Too much horsepower?

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"Hero is in Kansas City part of Missouri and most of California.  heroprogram.com   s…"

Eric Kjelshus replied Feb 6 to Hero Pace Program?

5 Feb 9
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"I like the up word push of air in most warehouse stores, with infrared heating.  Mos…"

Eric Kjelshus replied Feb 3 to Unvented Gas Space Heaters – Continued Delays

10 Feb 3
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" a study of improved cognitive function in green buildings the study: http://ac.els-…"

Eric Kjelshus replied Feb 2 to Unvented Gas Space Heaters – Continued Delays

10 Feb 3
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"Both were LP gas.  The more you test the more you find.   This after noon I saw a la…"

Eric Kjelshus replied Jan 30 to Unvented Gas Space Heaters – Continued Delays

10 Feb 3
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"I put a "air advice" in a small house with gas turned off - lack of payment. CO over…"

Eric Kjelshus replied Jan 30 to Unvented Gas Space Heaters – Continued Delays

10 Feb 3
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"What is your "Key Performance Indicator" dollar per hour? gross dollar per man day?…"

Eric Kjelshus replied Jan 17 to What's the Most Profitable HVAC Job for Your Company?

3 Jan 18
Reply by Wayne Melancon

"You have to see the specks on the LED light. All tested bulbs have a graph with spre…"

Eric Kjelshus replied Jan 12 to Lighting replacement - 300 watt LED flood light

4 Jan 17
Reply by Jan E. Graveamker

"In USA  83% of houses have AC  so there is a way to get some water vapor out.   I th…"

Eric Kjelshus replied Jan 2 to Fireplace drafts

17 Jan 2
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"A brick chimney will take some 70,000 BTU's to heat up to draft on a fireplace.   A…"

Eric Kjelshus replied Dec 6, 2016 to Fireplace drafts

17 Jan 2
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