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Hey congrats on helping them find a house! ...

Hey congrats on helping them find a house!

Good article. I liked some of the comments too. What do you think about the one that said "We need to abandon wild ass guessing about iaq. We need to...
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Looking at the energy report it says a...

Looking at the energy report it says a conditioned area of 2988 sq. ft and a conditioned volume of 23904. It is a 2 story house with 8 ft ceilings. I believe it is 2200 sq. ft. finished and an...
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Interesting, I didn't know that about humidity. I...

Interesting, I didn't know that about humidity. I will try turning the fan off and see what the humidity does. It is unseasonably warm right now 30 - 50 so the humidifier is not running much but I...
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Thanks Bud! Yes they provided a packet of...

Thanks Bud! Yes they provided a packet of information including the results of the blower door test. I will find it when I get home this evening and post the numbers.

I believe I do need fresh...
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Required Ventilation for tightly built homes

Hi,

I have a newer house that was advertised as being energy efficient and was build pretty tight. I do not have a heat exchanger, but I do have a fan that runs constantly to help the house pull...
06-13-15, 10:49 AM
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Best thermostat for circulating air in a 2 story house

Hi everyone,

I was hoping you could give me a good recommendation for a thermostat that provide the best fan control.

I have a 2 story house in Michigan with a single stage forced air furnace...
02-25-15, 06:01 PM
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Insulate ceiling beneath wood floor

I live in michigan where the winters are pretty cold. I have a 2 story house with a unfinished basement. I have bamboo floors on much of my main level floor and I am wondering what I can do to keep...
01-26-15, 09:51 PM
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Thanks for all of your advise. I really enjoy the...

Thanks for all of your advise. I really enjoy the higher humidity as it just feels warmer plus my daughter seems to get bloody noises easy in the winter if it's too low.

Here is another question....
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Replace constantly running exhaust fan with Spot ERV

Hey everyone, I have a exhaust fan that runs constantly and I told that it would have been better if my house had a ERV instead of this exhaust fan. So I was wondering if it would be better for me to...
01-26-15, 07:09 PM
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Correct humidity level in the winter

What is the correct humidity levels in the winter? I saw some people recommending around 30% when its below freezing out and others say that you can have it higher as long as your windows do not have...
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My house is 2088 Sq feet of finished space with 8...

My house is 2088 Sq feet of finished space with 8 foot ceilings plus 1000 Sq feet of unfinished basement. There is one heat duct down there but it is mostly unheated.

Does this mean it takes...
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Thanks for your response. I looked in the energy...

Thanks for your response. I looked in the energy report they provided and I think I found the number:
Infiltration:
Rate: Htg: 1017 Clg: 1017 CFM50
Method: Blower door test
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Continuously running ventilation fan

Hi everyone,

I was hoping you could give me a little advise. I have a fan that runs continuously in my upstairs bathroom. It also runs at a faster speed when it detects movement. I have a 3 year...
11-08-14, 11:58 AM
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Number of holes/boxes on a circuit

Hi,

Is there a certain number of boxes like light fixtures or outlets that can be on a 15 amp circuit? I have heard 10 is the number but then I have heard that it depends on the expected load. For...
08-18-14, 07:08 AM
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Junction Boxes in cold air return

Hi,

I am replacing the lighting in my kitchen and I ran into an unexpected cold air return. The cold air return is just the joists with the drywall ceiling making up the bottom and the floor above...
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