Scott cragun
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Nov 25, 2010
Scott cragun replied to Al Maloney's discussion What is the R Value of a 2x6 dense packed cellulose wall?
"According to National Fiber's website a 2 x 6 wall at 5.5 " thick has an R value of R20 when dense packed at 3.5 lbs per cubic foot. The reason the Code has a minimum wall insulation requirement of R20 is because thats as good as it gets…"
Nov 25, 2010
Scott cragun replied to Sloan Ritchie's discussion Looking for a good detail for using 1" rigid on exterior
"I've used XPS rigid foam on both new construction and retro-fit applications, the amount of rigid foam ( R value) will depend on the climate zone you live in, colder climate zones require a higher percentage of the balance between exterior…"
Nov 25, 2010
Scott cragun replied to Allison A. Bailes III's discussion RESNET and Home Depot - Anyone worried about that alliance?
"I guess my first question would be what type of alliance have they formed? is Home Depot going to offer Energy Ratings or Audits at a reduced price? or is the concern that the rater may steer their clients to Home Depot for home improvement…"
Nov 19, 2010
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Nov 9, 2010
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Nov 9, 2010
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Nov 3, 2010

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