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"Different houses, different problems, different approaches. A multipoint gives you a…"

John Nicholas replied Jan 25 to Blower Doors & Methods Used

9 Jan 25
Reply by John Nicholas

"Bud,  I pretty much agree with Sean's points.  Given the time it takes to set up the…"

John Nicholas replied Jan 25 to Blower Doors & Methods Used

9 Jan 25
Reply by John Nicholas

"I use Energy Conservatory Equipment.  I do manual Multi-point tests (95%) Then I man…"

John Nicholas replied Jan 22 to Blower Doors & Methods Used

9 Jan 25
Reply by John Nicholas

"Maria, each house is different. Most people do not have a DHW 6 inches from the show…"

John Nicholas replied May 8, 2014 to Water Saver or Gimmick?

15 May 15, 2014
Reply by Dennis Heidner

"Sounds like an attempt to compete with a Chili Pepper.  I've recommended these sever…"

John Nicholas replied May 7, 2014 to Water Saver or Gimmick?

15 May 15, 2014
Reply by Dennis Heidner

"Follow Up on 787 cfm at 25 total leakage. Ted, 1425 sf conditioned space. The syste…"

John Nicholas replied Dec 20, 2013 to Duct Testing - is a change in order?

13 Dec 20, 2013
Reply by Sean Lintow Sr

"My understanding of duct leakage per sqft of conditioned floor area came out in Ener…"

John Nicholas replied Dec 20, 2013 to Duct Testing - is a change in order?

13 Dec 20, 2013
Reply by Sean Lintow Sr

"I think each type of home is different.  Trunk/branch have advantages, spider has ad…"

John Nicholas replied Oct 30, 2013 to Duct Testing - is a change in order?

13 Dec 20, 2013
Reply by Sean Lintow Sr

"I don't know at this time.  Will have to see what develops on this one! "

John Nicholas replied Oct 30, 2013 to Duct Testing - is a change in order?

13 Dec 20, 2013
Reply by Sean Lintow Sr

"I can see the advantages of duct surface area!  I also disagree with leaving the equ…"

John Nicholas replied Oct 29, 2013 to Duct Testing - is a change in order?

13 Dec 20, 2013
Reply by Sean Lintow Sr

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