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Easy Water Heater Venting

Started by Kari SauderLatest Reply

Thank-less water heater

I was recently conducting an audit on a home when I ran across this perplexing situation, a tank-less water heater that someone installed w…

Started by Andy SimmsLatest Reply

Parts is parts anything to make it vent and gee there is draft; so there for it works.

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Easy Water Heater Venting

Started by Kari Sauder

22 Oct 23, 2014
Reply by Matthew Lutz

Thank-less water heater

I was recently conducting an audit on a home when I ran across this perplexing situation, a tank-less water heater that someone installed w…

Started by Andy Simms

12 Jun 13, 2013
Reply by Dennis Heidner

Easiest way to convert 2"x10" into 2"x5"!

I know this has nothing to do with energy performance, but at some point we all have to be able to identify things that aren't right! This…

Started by Greg Labbe

4 May 2, 2013
Reply by Bill Smith

Parts is parts anything to make it vent and gee there is draft; so there for it works.

Started by Andy Simms

4 Apr 29, 2013
Reply by tedkidd

It just isn't heating like it used to.

I didn't feel it was necessary to ask this client how often they checked the furnace filter.

Started by Doug Pearl

7 Apr 25, 2013
Reply by Eric Kjelshus

Return Possum

Performing a visual inspection of a house in Nashville TN and came across this gem. Homeowner complains of inability to regulate house temp…

Started by Stefan Peter-Contesse

0 Apr 25, 2013

This is what was behind by an inexperienced home performance contractor

This is what appeared on the walls of a homeowner after an inexperienced contractor conducted a retrofit on her home. this is a large HVAC…

Started by Andy Simms

4 Apr 6, 2013
Reply by Kari Sauder

Spillage used as pest control to keep spiders away.

Started by Andy Simms

2 Mar 26, 2013
Reply by Andy Simms

Add a Supply

Started by Tripp Pankey

3 Mar 25, 2013
Reply by John Nicholas

Where shouldn't thermostats be?

IR imaging confirms what we should already know!

Started by Guy DuBois

5 Mar 25, 2013
Reply by Ed Minch

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