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"Sorry ted, I have no idea why you think as you do, but you are drifting and I do not…"

Bud Poll replied Mar 19, 2013 to Attic ventilation with mixed soffit heights.

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"Hi Guy, Although your approach would certainly solve the problem of sizing the vents…"

Bud Poll replied Mar 18, 2013 to Attic ventilation with mixed soffit heights.

34 Apr 17, 2013
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"I've seen the first link on the "short circuit myth" and just read the other, I don'…"

Bud Poll replied Jan 22, 2013 to Attic ventilation with mixed soffit heights.

34 Apr 17, 2013
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"I will try to be short again. That link did not come up for me. Agreed and that is o…"

Bud Poll replied Jan 22, 2013 to Attic ventilation with mixed soffit heights.

34 Apr 17, 2013
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"As long as the tape is good I would be confident that most rigid foams would be wate…"

Bud Poll replied Jan 22, 2013 to To tyvek or not to tyvek... that is the question

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"I'm not trying to stir the flames, but it is quicker if I just spit these out. Bob &…"

Bud Poll replied Jan 22, 2013 to Attic ventilation with mixed soffit heights.

34 Apr 17, 2013
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"Hi Sean, besides the cost issue, I would like the tyek to perform a real function. S…"

Bud Poll replied Jan 22, 2013 to To tyvek or not to tyvek... that is the question

3 Jan 22, 2013
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"Bob, I want to continue this and I also want to hear from anyone in regards to the o…"

Bud Poll replied Jan 22, 2013 to Attic ventilation with mixed soffit heights.

34 Apr 17, 2013
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"If my conversion to pascals is correct, that would be a static pressure of 20 pa, 10…"

Bud Poll replied Jan 5, 2013 to Attic ventilation with mixed soffit heights.

34 Apr 17, 2013
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"I will definitely be running a smoke test on my ridge vent when installed, but that…"

Bud Poll replied Jan 5, 2013 to Attic ventilation with mixed soffit heights.

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