"Hi, I'm I interested in buying your duct blaster. Let me know how much you are looking to sell it for. You can email me at email@example.com and I'm not too far, in the Bay Area, I could come down and pick it up.
I am no longer in business. I bought all this equipment in 2010. I also have 10 Vent caps and two 20 ft Duc-Bloc vent covers for sealing air ducts. All equipment in excellent condition and guaranteed to pass calibration. I also have the field cal plate for the duct blaster. I would prefer a local buyer so I don't have to ship this equipment. I am in the Monterey Bay/ San Francisco Bay area. Thanks for your interest.David ParkerParker Energy SolutionsSee More
Discuss the pros and cons of the equipment you are interested in prior to purchase. Post equipment you have to sell, trade or wish to purchase.Please post the equipment age, serial numbers, condition, warranties and asking price.See More
"Why doesn't the contractor doing the Manual J use the 1ACH50 value or the equivalent cfm50 expected blower door value? I am pretty sure wrightsoft lets you do this. I am sure most other Manual J programs allow you to use the expected (or…"
"I have used eQuest/DOE2 for modeling commercial buildings while I was in school in Oregon. Here in California I use EnergyPro 5 for both residential and commercial energy calculations. eQuest is free and is qualified for computing commercial…"
"There are several methods for duct testing that are allowed here in California. For existing duct residential testing, California allows a duct leakage to outside test. The maximum allowed flow for this test is 10% of the nominal blower…"
Here is a presentation I developed last year for homeowners (housewives mostly) to help better inform the public. You can copy whatever slides you wish. I have the references for those slides that are not noted, as well."