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"Assuming there is a "best" metric is silo thinking.  It assumes there is one "best"…"

tedkidd replied Dec 13, 2013 to Actual Energy Use - 20 Thousand Home Challenge Projects & 20th Project to Meet 1000 Home Challenge

21 Jan 27, 2014
Reply by Brennan Less

"Awesome house and pictures James!  1/4 the sf cost of uphill house, pretty impressiv…"

tedkidd replied Apr 4, 2013 to Low Energy Home Storytelling - Insight & Inspiration for 1000 Home Challenge Projects

18 Nov 25, 2013
Reply by Linda Wigington

"8000 to 450, that's awesome!  How?  Do you have a blog or something we can follow?  "

tedkidd replied Sep 13, 2012 to Can We PLEASE Stop Calling Them “Ductless”

11 Oct 23, 2014
Reply by Bob Blanchette

"Robert, nobody said anything about fires.   If you've never measured the CO put off…"

tedkidd replied Sep 13, 2012 to Can We PLEASE Stop Calling Them “Ductless”

11 Oct 23, 2014
Reply by Bob Blanchette

"Thanks Linda!  That's really helpful!     Bob/Bruce/Mark, I haven't had a problem wi…"

tedkidd replied Sep 1, 2011 to CFM Per Watt – How Do Your Air Handler Systems Perform?

4 Sep 2, 2011
Reply by Linda Wigington

"Interesting.    Unfortunately this is a slideshow that requires a presenter, some is…"

tedkidd replied Sep 1, 2011 to CFM Per Watt – How Do Your Air Handler Systems Perform?

4 Sep 2, 2011
Reply by Linda Wigington

"Nicely put.  I think this applies to the whole home performance field, where so ofte…"

tedkidd replied Sep 1, 2011 to Can We PLEASE Stop Calling Them “Ductless”

11 Oct 23, 2014
Reply by Bob Blanchette

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