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"If the drywall is in good shape, you should have little worries about the 50pa depre…"

John Nicholas replied on Thursday to BDT with vermiculite in hollow CMU walls?

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"SW  exposure.  What is outside?  Was it sunny?  Trees?  Large Shrubs?   I have had t…"

John Nicholas replied Feb 16 to Strange IR Image

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Reply by Brad Cook

"Your process sounds cumbersome and introduces an unneeded third party. What I have h…"

John Nicholas replied Jan 26 to Online access to utility Bills - Before Energy Audits

8 Jan 26
Reply by SolyMoly, Inc

"I have them sign a release for the Utility to provide the info.  The only problem I'…"

John Nicholas replied Jan 26 to Online access to utility Bills - Before Energy Audits

8 Jan 26
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"The sizes quoted were examples only.  The panelized concept is limited to sizes that…"

John Nicholas replied Nov 23, 2016 to A Growing American Problem In Search Of Valid Answers

9 Dec 8, 2016
Reply by Steven Lefler

"David, I think it would be great of some of those groups picked up the ball and wor…"

John Nicholas replied Nov 23, 2016 to A Growing American Problem In Search Of Valid Answers

9 Dec 8, 2016
Reply by Steven Lefler

"Affordable Housing has several definitions.   NAHB champions 'affordable housing'.  …"

John Nicholas replied Nov 23, 2016 to A Growing American Problem In Search Of Valid Answers

9 Dec 8, 2016
Reply by Steven Lefler

"The Nay side is well represented with the links already posted. I presented a neutra…"

John Nicholas replied Sep 23, 2016 to Studies re: radon mitigation and energy efficiency

7 Nov 23, 2016
Reply by Bryan Gabriel

"I have no links, just some anecdotal evidence. I ran several Blower Door Tests on my…"

John Nicholas replied Sep 22, 2016 to Studies re: radon mitigation and energy efficiency

7 Nov 23, 2016
Reply by Bryan Gabriel

"Insulating is easy. Just remove enough earth to install your rigid foam.  That meets…"

John Nicholas replied Jul 8, 2016 to ENERGY STAR - Slab Insulation

2 Jul 29, 2016
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