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"just not much air flow.  5" pipe at .1 in water  is just 40 CFM  If bring it up to a…"

Eric Kjelshus replied Jan 24, 2016 to AC exhaust up chimney

2 Jan 29, 2016
Reply by Thomas Ailstock

"I found a strip heater used in new work all hard wired up set at 55' in the attic on…"

Eric Kjelshus replied Jan 21, 2016 to High-use headscratcher

16 Feb 5, 2016
Reply by Mick Lane

"do you find the gas gas meter to be off as much as 30% - more when old? Just  Change…"

Eric Kjelshus replied Dec 28, 2015 to Load calculation program (software ) manual J

10 Dec 28, 2015
Reply by Eric Kjelshus

"how did you prove the load is right?  This winter I am putting a hour meters on heat…"

Eric Kjelshus replied Dec 28, 2015 to Load calculation program (software ) manual J

10 Dec 28, 2015
Reply by Eric Kjelshus

"92%-98% heat exchanges in nat gas or LP gas has a condensating heat exchange - is be…"

Eric Kjelshus replied Oct 29, 2015 to Question: What Are The Most Common Energy Code "Fails"?

13 Nov 22, 2015
Reply by Benny hani

"We gave  2 classes in "green features"  at last MLS show lack of under standing for…"

Eric Kjelshus replied Oct 26, 2015 to New Study on Green Features Released

18 Nov 4, 2015
Reply by Sandra K. Adomatis, SRA

"I see in Kansas City just 2% higher price with loan officers marking it down.    The…"

Eric Kjelshus replied Oct 23, 2015 to New Study on Green Features Released

18 Nov 4, 2015
Reply by Sandra K. Adomatis, SRA

"Biggest pro is to keep the clay or brick or high mass chimney warm  with the 4-8" fl…"

Eric Kjelshus replied Oct 12, 2015 to Eliminating Standing Pilot Light Furnaces

18 Dec 12, 2016
Reply by Allan Bullis

"If you find over heating look at voltage/amp draw very hard.    I find if you have u…"

Eric Kjelshus replied Oct 8, 2015 to Insulation machine preferences

2 Oct 15, 2015
Reply by Daniel

"I would look at NATEX.ORG  study guides core and heat pump.  I find you need some fi…"

Eric Kjelshus replied Oct 1, 2015 to I am searching for study material

11 Oct 19, 2015
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