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"I am partial to my Leica Disto D330i but also agree with the caveats you state, espe…"

Bradford E. White replied Jun 11, 2015 to Best house measuring tools...

7 Jun 12, 2015
Reply by Lars olsen

"I would use an in-line backdraft damper such as Artis Industries or the ones made by…"

Bradford E. White replied May 21, 2015 to ERV in need of backflow preventer.

7 Jun 5, 2015
Reply by Morgan M Audetat

"One of my several skill sets (I really hate that term, it harkens to nursery school!…"

Bradford E. White replied Dec 30, 2014 to How does Cycles Per Hour affect real world AFUE?

12 Dec 30, 2014
Reply by Bradford E. White

"All good points and refinements, Tedkidd- and by the way, call me Brad. And yes, I a…"

Bradford E. White replied Dec 29, 2014 to How does Cycles Per Hour affect real world AFUE?

12 Dec 30, 2014
Reply by Bradford E. White

"Agreed, the loss is relatively constant (save for the differences in temperature, na…"

Bradford E. White replied Dec 29, 2014 to How does Cycles Per Hour affect real world AFUE?

12 Dec 30, 2014
Reply by Bradford E. White

"I see now what you mean. Agreed that installing any ductwork outside the thermal bou…"

Bradford E. White replied Dec 29, 2014 to How does Cycles Per Hour affect real world AFUE?

12 Dec 30, 2014
Reply by Bradford E. White

"I can offer some empirical information, general and highly variable, but borne out w…"

Bradford E. White replied Dec 28, 2014 to How does Cycles Per Hour affect real world AFUE?

12 Dec 30, 2014
Reply by Bradford E. White

"Totally. Can't add to that."

Bradford E. White replied Dec 24, 2012 to HRV or ERV

13 Dec 27, 2012
Reply by Kevin Wood

"I agree with Kevin regarding the need for mechanical ventilation vs. relying on pass…"

Bradford E. White replied Dec 24, 2012 to HRV or ERV

13 Dec 27, 2012
Reply by Kevin Wood

"Looks to me like the top of a steam relief vent used to terminate the top of the ven…"

Bradford E. White replied Dec 7, 2012 to Anybody know what this is??

3 Dec 7, 2012
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