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RJ Lowe

Charlotte, NC, United States

Bruce A. Bailey

Valdosta, GA, United States

Barry NewDelman

Portland, OR, United States

Joe Medosch

Alpharetta, GA, United States

John Hamlin

Easton, CT, United States

Greg Traster

Irving, TX, United States

Bijou Lulla

Pleasanton, CA, United States

George J. Nesbitt

Emeryville, CA, United States

Sean Skorton

Mansfield, CT, United States

Marc Church

Littleton, CO, United States

Natalie Gray

Austin, TX, United States

Bart Conterio

Lecce, Italy

Joshua Robinette

Franklin, TN, United States

Matt Bolado

Petaluma, CA, United States

Joe IEHEP

Colton, CA, United States

Frazer Dougherty

Greenport, NY, United States

David Bailey

Canton, GA, United States

Damien Herold

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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How To Deal With Sprinkler Piping Installation

Started by Stan Kuhn. Last reply by Stan Kuhn Jun 17, 2015. 7 Replies

HERS rating & heat losing features

Started by John Kuiper. Last reply by Stan Kuhn Sep 14, 2013. 2 Replies

Are Home Energy Ratings Scalable and Marketable?

Started by Energy Efficiency Eric. Last reply by Tom Maides Aug 30, 2011. 19 Replies

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