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June's Stump the Chump: What's Wrong with this Picture?

Come check out BPI's monthly newsletter, Performance Matters! The image below was taken by Matt Schwoegler, a thermographer and infrared in…

Started by Mike Kandel

2 Jul 9, 2013
Reply by Michael

April's Stump the Chump!

During a recent evaluation of a newly constructed multifamily building, Jerritt Gluck of Bonded Building and Engineering in Oyster Bay, NY,…

Started by Mike Kandel

0 Apr 25, 2013

Stump the Chump - March 2013

This month's stump the chump comes from a mystery contributor, a caped crusading building performance specialist from Burlington, Vermont.…

Started by Mike Kandel

1 Mar 27, 2013
Reply by Daniel Dempsey

Can you solve this month's stumper?

Here is your chance! Thanks to Bo Jespersen, President of The Breathable Home in Manchester, Maine for contributing February's home perform…

Started by Mike Kandel

2 Feb 28, 2013
Reply by Matthew Dahlhausen

BPI's October Stump the Chump!

The following stumper is presented in BPI's October Performance Matters e-Newsletter. This month's stumper comes from a chump who's actuall…

Started by Mike Kandel

4 Nov 1, 2012
Reply by tedkidd

BPI's August Stump the Chump!

The following stumper is presented in BPI's August Performance Matters e-Newsletter. For this month's stumper, Ham Niles of Evergreen Home…

Started by Mike Kandel

2 Aug 16, 2012
Reply by Christopher Sayles

BPI's July Stump the Chump: What's Wrong with this Picture?

The infrared image below (left) was taken by Jerritt Gluck of Bonded Building & Engineering. The concrete slab (right) had recently bee…

Started by Mike Kandel

3 Jul 19, 2012
Reply by Ed Minch

BPI's June Stump the Chump!

The following stumper is presented in BPI's June Performance Matters e-Newsletter.   Thanks to Ken Tohinaka of the Vermont Energy Investmen…

Started by Mike Kandel

1 Jul 16, 2012
Reply by Mike Kandel

BPI's May Stump the Chump: What’s Wrong with this Picture?

The infrared image below was taken by John Snell of The Snell Group. The structure had recently been insulated with blown in cellulose. Wha…

Started by Leslie McDowell, BPI

2 Jun 18, 2012
Reply by Mike Kandel

BPI's April Stump the Chump: What’s Wrong with this Picture?

We know, we know. There’s a lot right with this picture, such as the gorgeous view of Lake Tahoe in the background and the awesome powder f…

Started by Cierra Mooney

1 May 15, 2012
Reply by Cierra Mooney

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