If there was anything that was relevant to what brought us all here to rant and rave and sometimes learn this would be it. I heard a guy say one time " even a blind squirrel will find a nut once in a…Continue
"Attached is the best I can do. I once saw a pin router for sale on Craig's list explicitly
designed for field cut installs. Your builder should be tooled up for doing this.
I would be interested in the outcome of all this.
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"From his one email notice I just have spent the last 6 hrs. reading and downloading and printing out all that I can about moister removal. I live in central Virginia and the last 2 two weeks seen more condensation on exposed fiberglass bats than I…"
"Problem with their argument is that it's just not true. They tried that nonsense in Illinois and Maryland so far, and nobody bought it. IL is now on the 2012, with automatic adoption of each new IECC within a year of publication. …"
"The NAHB numbers really looked "cooked", they will do a good job on their reputation if they are not extremely careful. The IEC 2012 is less restrictive than some state standards and it is certainly less restrictive than a…"
"Sean , Thank you for that link. That is going to be vey helpful. I personally like the idea that my work provides more value than just energy related savings. This proves it. You know almost every work day I get the chance to refine my definition of…"
"Over what exactly - the code process is involved of many groups who all have an interest. NAHB makes some valid arguments on some things, but others they love scaring people & running the numbers up. 42000 per house - nope not even close
New York is increasing its energy standards and is investigating the possibility of implementing the Passive House Standard for new construction and retrofit projects. Interviewee: Ken Levenson, with NY Passive House Assoc and 475.