Paul Lasicki
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App for Ashrae 62.2
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I read here that the apple store has an app for  Ashrae 62.2  for iphone, ipad and the ipod touch. I have only find Ashrae 62.1. Is this the app that was talked about?ThanksContinue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Isaac Savage Aug 9, 2012.

Cost of foam installation
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I'm looking for some foam installation prices. I know each company is different and have there own overhead and all, and I also realize there are differing degrees of difficulty but there has to be…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Paul Lasicki Aug 7, 2012.

New BPI certifications re-visited
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So what is final verdict on all this? I'm located in NY, my BA and Envelope is due this June. I need to get re-certified  and what to do with the 26 CEU's that I got?ThanksContinue

Started this discussion. Last reply by David Eggleton Apr 23, 2012.

Cree CR6 inserts
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Hi,After installing a Cree CR6 insert, does the canister still needs to be boxed out to keep insulation from covering the fixture?ThanksPaulContinue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bud Poll Mar 1, 2012.

 

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Have Equipment for sale (Mendocino County, Ca.)

I have a Minneapolis Blower door system w/ DG-700 manometer ,which I used for 4 years and a Minneapolis Duct Blaster kit w/ DG-700 manometer,purchased 4 years ago and never used. Asking $1800 each, both manometers  have USB connection capabilities.I also have a Flir i7 infrared camera asking $1600.Above prices do not include shipping!Also ask for prices for:One large and one small pressure pan w/ extension rodsExhaust Fan Flow Meter w/ extension rodBacharach Fyrite Tech 60 CO Analyzer w/ a…See More
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Jul 5, 2013
Robert Riversong replied to Paul Lasicki's discussion Blown fiberglass vs. cellulose in the group Best Practices (Residential)
"No one I know is "anti-foam", but authentically green builders are pro-environment and the greatest crisis humanity ever faced is anthropogenic climate change (you almost sound like a denialist). GWP (global warming potential) doesn't…"
Sep 5, 2012
Robert Riversong replied to Paul Lasicki's discussion Blown fiberglass vs. cellulose in the group Best Practices (Residential)
"You're quite right about the problems in retrofitting all the crazy building configurations that are out there today, and many new homes that are simply not designed with the best insulation strategy in mind. And you're correct that I…"
Sep 5, 2012
Sean Lintow Sr replied to Paul Lasicki's discussion Blown fiberglass vs. cellulose in the group Best Practices (Residential)
"I agree with you Patrick, you can't use just cellulose unless you have designed everything for it which Robert is fond of doing & as he alluded to - he is pretty much anti-foam (My question is what does he do under the slab &…"
Sep 5, 2012
Robert Riversong replied to Paul Lasicki's discussion Blown fiberglass vs. cellulose in the group Best Practices (Residential)
"You're right that a one-product installer will always say his product is the best, but it's not true that you can't do everything with a single product, and cellulose is superior in every respect to fiberglass. It has less embodied…"
Sep 4, 2012
Robert Riversong replied to Paul Lasicki's discussion Blown fiberglass vs. cellulose in the group Best Practices (Residential)
"Cellulose doesn't break down. It is designed to settle about 10% after initial loose-fill attic blow."
Sep 4, 2012
tedkidd replied to Paul Lasicki's discussion Modeling attics slopes for foam. in the group TREAT Software
"In March they changed the rules.  Some improvements are "deemed" cost effective even if they are not cost effective.  (love that one)  This thing has turned into a Frankenstein monster.   Then later they changed the…"
Aug 23, 2012
tedkidd replied to Paul Lasicki's discussion Modeling attics slopes for foam. in the group TREAT Software
"Paul, since you are in NY, call Earl Hicks or Terry Clough at CSG. They'll tell you the work around.   "
Aug 23, 2012
tedkidd replied to Paul Lasicki's discussion Modeling attics slopes for foam. in the group TREAT Software
"You are doing nothing wrong.  Modelling software does not properly reflect savings and I suspect 2 reasons:  1 - Air sealing.  Foam provides insulation AND air sealing.  Once you play with this you start to see that the bigger…"
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Modeling attics slopes for foam.

How are attic slopes modeled for foam insulation. When ever I've added a foamed slope I get a very low SIR with virtually no savings. What am I doing wrong?ThanksSee More
Aug 22, 2012

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Hey Paul. Can you send me some pics of equipment. Mail@jburkeconstruction.com
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