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"Cheap shingles my arse!. Dr. Joe just doesn't want to admit that his "perfect roof"…"

Robert Riversong replied Oct 11, 2012 to Don't eat your sweater

13 Oct 18, 2012
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"Compact Asphalt Shingle Roof Systems: Should They be Vented? by Peter E. Nelson and…"

Robert Riversong replied Oct 11, 2012 to Don't eat your sweater

13 Oct 18, 2012
Reply by tedkidd

"Now, if you really want to "stack" the variables, consider that the outside air is d…"

Robert Riversong replied Oct 10, 2012 to Exhaust Fan Venting - Bathroom, ERV, & HRV

34 Oct 10, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"I would say that air barriers on both sides of a wall system are necessary only with…"

Robert Riversong replied Oct 8, 2012 to Don't eat your sweater

13 Oct 18, 2012
Reply by tedkidd

"While Building Science, Inc. is one of the best sources of information on moisture i…"

Robert Riversong replied Oct 8, 2012 to Don't eat your sweater

13 Oct 18, 2012
Reply by tedkidd

"A good description of the Riversong Truss wall system is at http://www.builditsolar.…"

Robert Riversong replied Oct 8, 2012 to Don't eat your sweater

13 Oct 18, 2012
Reply by tedkidd

"Great insights for cold climates. Few in the industry, even in cold climate zones, a…"

Robert Riversong replied Oct 4, 2012 to Exhaust Fan Venting - Bathroom, ERV, & HRV

34 Oct 10, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"John, I think you're overthinking this passive NPP issue, since it's "passive" only…"

Robert Riversong replied Oct 4, 2012 to Exhaust Fan Venting - Bathroom, ERV, & HRV

34 Oct 10, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"While I agree that "designing" a passive NPP is an exercise in futility, but designi…"

Robert Riversong replied Oct 4, 2012 to Exhaust Fan Venting - Bathroom, ERV, & HRV

34 Oct 10, 2012
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"No one I know is "anti-foam", but authentically green builders are pro-environment a…"

Robert Riversong replied Sep 5, 2012 to Blown fiberglass vs. cellulose

22 Sep 5, 2012
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Moisture/Mold on rim joist;

Started by John Shillito. Last reply by John Nicholas Jan 10. 6 Replies

Radon - Passive Systems

Started by Sean Lintow Sr. Last reply by Bryan Gabriel Jan 5. 5 Replies

Vented Soffit! DO or DON'T?

Started by Daniel Baur-McGuire. Last reply by Daniel Baur-McGuire Nov 15, 2016. 13 Replies

Water Saver or Gimmick?

Started by Sean Lintow Sr. Last reply by Bob Blanchette Oct 23, 2016. 18 Replies

Duct Testing - is a change in order?

Started by Sean Lintow Sr. Last reply by Sean Lintow Sr Aug 6, 2015. 20 Replies

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