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"Luis Think of it as a part of the house that is not being used, but part of the hous…"

Ed Minch replied May 26, 2016 to Airsealing an old basement ceiling

16 May 26, 2016
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"I agree that conditioning the basement is by far the best option.  If you are going…"

Ed Minch replied May 26, 2016 to Airsealing an old basement ceiling

16 May 26, 2016
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"AS I mentioned earlier, when we moved out of a house 26 years after air sealing, the…"

Ed Minch replied Aug 27, 2015 to lifespan of air sealing materials

14 Aug 27, 2015
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"It's only one house, but - - - I moved into a 1950, 2 story, 1350 ft frame house in…"

Ed Minch replied Aug 20, 2015 to lifespan of air sealing materials

14 Aug 27, 2015
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"You don't say what climate you are in.  We have done perhaps 10 using Al's system in…"

Ed Minch replied Apr 16, 2015 to How to correctly insulate exterior wall in a 1900 house?

12 Apr 30, 2015
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"Russell -  "Precision Air Sealing seems hopeless in a previously insulated attic, sh…"

Ed Minch replied Dec 6, 2014 to Cellulose As An Air Seal

14 Dec 7, 2014
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"Pat, we have been paid to remove old insulation in perhaps 4-5 attics out of the 10,…"

Ed Minch replied Dec 6, 2014 to Cellulose As An Air Seal

14 Dec 7, 2014
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"Terry Degree of difficulty makes all the difference, and all of our auditors started…"

Ed Minch replied Dec 5, 2014 to Cellulose As An Air Seal

14 Dec 7, 2014
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"Bud Not sure I agree with you on this.  The proper way to do this in my book is to b…"

Ed Minch replied Dec 5, 2014 to Cellulose As An Air Seal

14 Dec 7, 2014
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"A long time ago in a galaxy far far away we did a bunch of field tests on this, mayb…"

Ed Minch replied Dec 4, 2014 to Cellulose As An Air Seal

14 Dec 7, 2014
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