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At 6:06am on October 28, 2015, Mark Barry said…

Thank you for the warm invitation Diane. Yes I will drop in from time to time.  

At 5:39pm on October 12, 2015, JEHAD KAFRI said…

Thank you Diane for warm welcome

At 1:51pm on October 9, 2015, Michelle Usher said…

Thanks Diane!

At 7:54am on October 8, 2015, Gabrielle Rossetti said…

Thanks Diane! Looking forward to being part of this community!! 

At 12:58pm on September 22, 2015, Keith Burrows said…

Thanks for the welcome Diane!

At 8:12am on September 22, 2015, Patrick Capwell said…

Thank you Diane! Looking forward to utilizing some of the great information being posted on this site.

At 10:27am on August 28, 2015, richard m said…

hello diane - thank you for the welcome.

 

At 5:19am on April 17, 2015, Kevin Lee said…

Thanks!

At 11:22am on January 20, 2015, Tony Tai said…

Thanks Diane

At 9:31am on January 2, 2015, Darren Clayton said…

Thank you Diane..

At 7:06am on December 8, 2014, Merredith Plante said…

Thanks Diane!

At 10:02am on August 29, 2014, Kevin Jordan said…

I seem to keep having errors loading pics.  Tried phone pics too...

At 9:47am on August 29, 2014, Kevin Jordan said…

Thanks for the greeting!! I am looking to learn all I can in convincing the real estate industry to think green in Phenix City, Al area.

At 3:46pm on July 21, 2014, Don Fitchett said…

Thanks Diane, for the warm welcome. Right now plan on doing some searching and exploring of value added infrared home energy surveys to learn more of today's use and learn more about homeenergypros in the process.

At 10:59am on May 28, 2014, Martin Smith said…

Thank you for the welcome, Diane! Looking forward to connecting and making great use of this resource.

At 2:47am on May 28, 2014, Rocky Snider said…

Hey Just my thoughts on home energy. Alot of people want to create an house envelope that does not allow any air to get in or out. Sealed up tight as a drum. That is not the way to go in my humble experience. It depends way too much on mechanical refrigiration and not enough on passive heating and cooling. Check out Bio-memicary. I did not spell that right but it is the science of studying nature. look at a tree and how it works. Stand in the sun then stand under a tree. Look how the human body gets rid of heat. We have billions of pores that regulate our temperatures. Nature is the answer if we are to really become sustainable.

At 5:47pm on March 21, 2014, Marcus Camfferman said…

Diane,

           Thank you  - I am excited to be here.

                                                        Marcus

At 1:59pm on March 21, 2014, Matthew Levene said…

Diane, thank you for the warm welcome!

At 8:50am on February 19, 2014, Phil Luther said…

Thank you Diane!  I am looking forward to sharing and learning from the others here too.

Best Regards,

Phil Luther

At 7:47am on January 16, 2014, Jenn Saunders said…

Hey Diane,

Thanks for the welcome message!  I am happy to be a part of this awesome community.

Best,

Jenn

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