Jim Baerg's Discussions (12)

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"This is a great discussion.  I'd like to ask a question about the distribution contr…"

Jim Baerg replied Feb 23 to Efficiency of furnace

18 May 31
Reply by Liam Smith

"I did 2 projects last year, both on houses where the siding was being replaced.  The…"

Jim Baerg replied Dec 8, 2017 to Exterior Insulation for Deep Energy Retrofits

28 Dec 9, 2017
Reply by Tim

"In the North, when the heat is needed most is at night and on colder, cloudy days. P…"

Jim Baerg replied May 19, 2016 to No Utility Homes, Are we ready to start building Homes that are not connected to traditional utilities ?

11 May 24, 2016
Reply by R Higgins

"All well and good, but you still have to come up with solutions to provide electrici…"

Jim Baerg replied May 19, 2016 to No Utility Homes, Are we ready to start building Homes that are not connected to traditional utilities ?

11 May 24, 2016
Reply by R Higgins

"I did a Web search on this recently; NEC prohibits covering K&T with insulation.…"

Jim Baerg replied Mar 6, 2014 to Insulating with *Updated* (an oxymoron, right!) knob and tube wiring

8 Mar 29, 2014
Reply by Ethan Bodnaruk

"Good list.  I'd like to comment on Myth #1 about registers.  Closing registers (and…"

Jim Baerg replied Apr 15, 2013 to Energy Myths- Fact or Fiction?

8 Apr 15, 2013
Reply by Bob Blanchette

"I've drilled wood window and door jambs on double wythe brick walls and then dense p…"

Jim Baerg replied Apr 12, 2013 to HELP - AIR SEALING a Continuous Stone Interior/ Exterior Wall

16 Mar 17, 2016
Reply by Mick Lane

"James,  here's what I meant about masonry stoves or radiant floors in poorly insulat…"

Jim Baerg replied Dec 21, 2012 to Russian Wood Stoves (Masonry Stoves)

33 May 10, 2013
Reply by Jeena Smith

"Don't forget that masonry stoves work best (just like radiant floors) in poorly insu…"

Jim Baerg replied Dec 3, 2012 to Russian Wood Stoves (Masonry Stoves)

33 May 10, 2013
Reply by Jeena Smith

"How about this idea that I saw used on mid-floor balloon framed floors;  in the base…"

Jim Baerg replied Nov 1, 2012 to Dense pack cellulose in enclosed rim joist

24 Nov 9, 2012
Reply by Tom Walther

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