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Randy Wilkerson

Cincinnati, OH, United States

George Kopf

Berkeley, CA, United States

Don Hynek

Madison, WI, United States

mike sterling

san anselmo, CA, United States

Tom Barrett

Chico, CA, United States

Paul Scheckel

Montpelier, VT, United States

Graeme Nix

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

David Eggleton

Woburn, MA, United States

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Lancaster, PA, United States

Tom White

Berkeley, CA, United States

John Porterfield

Oak Park, IL, United States

Roy Slekovac

Coopersburg, PA, United States

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Oceanside, CA, United States

Martin Newmark

Louisville, CO, United States

James Sayers

Humboldt, IA, United States

Horace Douglas Hunt, Jr.

Thomasville, NC, United States

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Timisoara, Romania

Daniel Cullen

Chicago, IL, United States

Discussion Forum

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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