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NIce video. I just want to know why it has to be 6 inches up the sides. Man, if water gets that high, i think you got bigger issues to deal with!!!...
i know for a fact that this project is off to a great start. Keep it up FHB. lates
great vid. Window install not so good.
oh my god. Thats your soldering video. WOW. please take this video down. Not good at all.
who the hell installed your ceiling insulation. WOW. NOT good. Anyway, great video and good tip. thanks again.
Great Article. Thank you for posting on FHB. Can you do me a favour and get a haircut and shave. LOL.
Does NAHB ever NOT oppose something. NAHB are idiots. Sorry for the harsh words. NAHB should be dissolved and let EPA do their thing. It all comes down to money.
NAHB is stupid for asking for such a request. Bottom line it comes down to money. I think the gov't is doing the right thing and trying to save lives be reducing exposure levels. NAHB has to learn how to adapt to change. And if the change takes a while, I am sure that out of good conscience, builders would have their workers wear protective gear to limit levels even further.
That is amazing. I think this is really cool. Make sure in the article you show pictures of the wall construction of the barn. The test results are very good considering what you did. It there any issue of putting foam towards the inside walls versus on the backside of the exterior sheathing? As in my case (from outside in): brick, drywall sheathing, 2x4 studs, mineral wool between the studs (R-14), 1.5 inch XPS over the studs (taped and caulked), then osb (caulked aswell). This is the wall assembly for my garage.
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