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"Pascals for stack has been discussed to death here Wind is pretty easy to find &…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Mar 18 to Stack/wind pressure and flow networks.

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"Any chance of asbestos - it is an automatic no thanks Have you thought about pressur…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Mar 15 to BDT with vermiculite in hollow CMU walls?

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"Mold? Shoot I have a picture of a smiley face on a wall - reason it was sprayed with…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Feb 16 to Strange IR Image

7 Mar 9
Reply by Brad Cook

"Well as most I know (if not all) wont meet the energy code - none and for those that…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Jan 13 to Glass Block Windows

1 Jan 13
Reply by Sean Lintow Sr

"Looks like the ICC cracked down on a few sites - one I still see (but have never use…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Dec 17, 2016 to What were R-value requirements of various code versions?

8 Jan 5
Reply by Martin Newmark

"http://thehtrc.com/2014/first-look-upcoming-codes-changes has the national 2006 to 2…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Dec 15, 2016 to What were R-value requirements of various code versions?

8 Jan 5
Reply by Martin Newmark

"Just a quick thought - ventilation is about health, never energy savings. Shoot that…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Nov 29, 2016 to How effective are whole house air cleaners?

5 Dec 1, 2016
Reply by Tom Phillips

"So why go balanced instead of exhaust only? Well you might want to review the piece…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Sep 18, 2016 to ERV Configuration

21 Sep 19, 2016
Reply by Rich Manning

"Just a few thoughts & I am basing this on dedicated exhausts with an E/HRV (that…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Aug 13, 2016 to ERV Configuration

21 Sep 19, 2016
Reply by Rich Manning

"Sorry but I got to disagree - exhaust from a bath (and kitchens) should go out throu…"

Sean Lintow Sr replied Aug 11, 2016 to ERV Configuration

21 Sep 19, 2016
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