George W. Reynolds
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George W. Reynolds replied to Eriks Sics's discussion For Sale, Minneapolis Blower Door Model 3 & Duct Blaster Series B Set-Up in the group Energy Auditing Equipment for Sale, Trade or to Purchase
"I am looking for a duct blaster without the DG-700 g.reynolds@yahoo.com"
Jul 10, 2014
George W. Reynolds replied to Bart Nicholson's discussion Minneapolis Blower Door and Duct Blaster for sale in the group Energy Auditing Equipment for Sale, Trade or to Purchase
"Would you consider selling the duct blaster (without the DG700). If so, how much?"
Feb 7, 2014
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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
Feb 7, 2014
George W. Reynolds replied to John Redmond's discussion Are we setting ourselves up for a huge liability?
"One thing that I believe could become an issue is that the tighter the house, the quicker it will become toxic without electricity. The problem goes beyond mold. It is aerosols from high velocity efficient toilets, active radon mitigation…"
Jul 20, 2012
George W. Reynolds commented on Christopher Morin's blog post New England; HRV or ERV?
"Do the manufactures of ERV's certify that only moisture (H2O distilled grade) will transfer into the fresh air side and that water soluble toxins and aerosols remain in the exhaust stream?"
Apr 20, 2012
George W. Reynolds replied to Stefan Peter-Contesse's discussion Mechanical Ventilation per ASHRAE 62.2
"I also work with Habitat and like yours, our houses have oversized units because of the extreme tightness, high UA numbers and limitations on ASHP systems.  We use a cycle timer and motorized damper for supply air ventilation. We…"
Mar 6, 2012
George W. Reynolds replied to Jon LaMonte's discussion Are Zoned Heating/Cooling Systems a Good Idea or a Bad Idea?
"From the sidelines, this is a draw. Your both right, if you live in Florida. North of the dehumidifier line, it's all about heat. Here in the mountains  we don't need AC and contractors will tell you that the most cost effective…"
Jan 17, 2012
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Apr 14, 2011
George W. Reynolds commented on Chris Kaiser's blog post Putting Mercury in CFLs in Perspective
"I have been using an ultrasonic detector check for CFL's during HERS rating and am surprised by the high 20+ kHz output of CFL's in reflecting cans. I wonder if anybody has studied the sonochemical effects on the body since it has the…"
Apr 14, 2011
George W. Reynolds and Jamie Kaye are now friends
Jan 4, 2011
George W. Reynolds replied to Jamie Kaye's discussion Thermal imaging while foam is being installed...possible? in the group INFRARED THERMOGRAPHY USERS
"With very little cure time you are sure to get a lot of deltaT. I would also recommend covering the lens/camera with a thin plastic bag to avoid the isocynate aerosols. Use a smoke pencil to confirm that areas of cold contrast are infiltration."
Jan 3, 2011
George W. Reynolds replied to Jon LaMonte's discussion Are Zoned Heating/Cooling Systems a Good Idea or a Bad Idea?
"If all zones from a single HP system are on the same floor level or above grade walls, it would probably be OK in Atlanta. However, conditioned basements are best left on a separate system that can handle lots of moisture. Attic rooms with insulated…"
Dec 22, 2010
George W. Reynolds joined Michael Stuart's group
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Dec 10, 2010
George W. Reynolds is now a member of Home Energy Pros
Nov 9, 2010

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Energy systems analysis for industrial processes and residential structures, utilizing advanced thermal and ultrasonic instrumentation that can isolate and verify energy wasting sources. In all of the aforementioned two principles apply (1) If you can't measure it, you can't control it and (2) if you can't isolate it you can't fix it.

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