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"Yes do do cook and the stove is a gigantic Viking commercial stove! There is no AC o…"

Luis Hernandez replied Sep 19, 2016 to ERV Configuration

21 Sep 19, 2016
Reply by Rich Manning

"In my humble opinion I think the inspector got fooled because he saw fans... there a…"

Luis Hernandez replied Sep 19, 2016 to ERV Configuration

21 Sep 19, 2016
Reply by Rich Manning

"Grass climate? Not sure what that is, but I just realize I should had mentioned this…"

Luis Hernandez replied Aug 3, 2016 to ERV Configuration

21 Sep 19, 2016
Reply by Rich Manning

"Hey Chris,   This looks amazing, now it seems that they do not have a filter at all…"

Luis Hernandez replied Aug 3, 2016 to ERV Configuration

21 Sep 19, 2016
Reply by Rich Manning

"Thanks Sean for your reply!      The space is pretty much open like a studio but th…"

Luis Hernandez replied Jul 19, 2016 to ERV Configuration

21 Sep 19, 2016
Reply by Rich Manning

"Hey there Ed,      I appreciate you comments... this is an interesting case because…"

Luis Hernandez replied May 26, 2016 to Airsealing an old basement ceiling

16 May 26, 2016
Reply by Ed Minch

"Bryan,     I will then make sure to update as the work starts, including some photo…"

Luis Hernandez replied May 20, 2016 to Airsealing an old basement ceiling

16 May 26, 2016
Reply by Ed Minch

"Mary... I read, and I read your post and I am not sure what do you mean... yes, when…"

Luis Hernandez replied May 7, 2016 to Airsealing an old basement ceiling

16 May 26, 2016
Reply by Ed Minch

"Basement is drafty because walls are 100 years old stone. Separating the basement fr…"

Luis Hernandez replied May 7, 2016 to Airsealing an old basement ceiling

16 May 26, 2016
Reply by Ed Minch

"The mechanicals are in the basement. Oil furnace with hot air old metal ducts "

Luis Hernandez replied May 7, 2016 to Airsealing an old basement ceiling

16 May 26, 2016
Reply by Ed Minch

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