Marketing Energy Efficiency Members (240)

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Bill Bradbury

Smithfield, UT, United States

Patrick Warnshuis Jr.

Fresno, CA, United States

Eric Lowry

Ardmore, PA, United States

Laura Little

Evanston, IL, United States

Paul Lasicki

Garrison, NY, United States

philip mangone

Old Bridge, NJ, United States

john toth

Reno, NV, United States

Blaine W Fox

Fort Washington, PA, United States

Pedro Machado Palha

Lisboa, Portugal

Megan Billingsley

Berkeley, CA, United States

Henry Borysewicz

Larimore, ND, United States

Energy Efficiency Eric

Boulder, CO, United States

Jim Hanson

Brookeville, MD, United States

Barbara Saunders

Berkeley, CA, United States

Linda J. Kotzian

Shelby, MI, United States

Randy Bates

Henderson, CO, United States

Dennis Cheslik

Lewisville, TX, United States

John Barbato

Lewes, DE, United States

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Bryan Pringle replied to Bryan Pringle's discussion Dense packed cellulose in basement?
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Morgan M Audetat replied to Bryan Pringle's discussion Dense packed cellulose in basement?
"Right you are. You have to ask: what will the cellulose contribute.  Here in Minneapolis we…"
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Morgan M Audetat replied to Tony Hicks's discussion Slab-on-grade Insulation
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Tony Hicks replied to Tony Hicks's discussion Slab-on-grade Insulation
"2" XPS foam. I'd love an R-20. Having foam thick enough to get an R-20 would be…"
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Morgan M Audetat replied to Larry Schaffert's discussion How to correctly insulate exterior wall in a 1900 house?
"Sorry, I did missed the "siding nailed directly to the framing", my grandfather would…"
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Morgan M Audetat replied to Larry Schaffert's discussion How to correctly insulate exterior wall in a 1900 house?
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