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Started this discussion. Last reply by scottscontracting Jan 3.

 

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Jan 6
scottscontracting replied to John Knox's discussion OK. Costs.
"If you haven't ever played around with the Equest Energy Tool by the Department of Energy it will answer all your questions on building energy efficient buildings with different scenarios, and provides project energy outputs for future years as…"
Jan 3
Sean Lintow Sr replied to John Knox's discussion OK. Costs.
"Just a few quick thoughts - rehab compared to new will always cost more, sometimes by a factor of 10. Love the higher energy penalty argument - would you rather turn oil into insulation or use it for combustion - aka the oil is out, do you…"
Jan 3
John Knox replied to John Knox's discussion OK. Costs.
"Well being from the  Weatherization Assistance Program world I instinctively want to know what the SIR is on adding six inches of rigid  to outside of a project and other nearly net zero enhancements.   I know there is not a one word…"
Jan 3
scottscontracting replied to John Knox's discussion OK. Costs.
"Sean is right more info is needed.  In re to Insulation "in most instances" going above and beyond the code will save you additional $$$"
Dec 31, 2014
Sean Lintow Sr replied to John Knox's discussion OK. Costs.
"You are going to have to be a bit more specific... If you are talking about homebuilders I can honesty tell them less, the same & more - it all depends on the approach"
Dec 31, 2014
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At 6:12am on November 23, 2012, Diane Chojnowski said…

Hi John,

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