Bill Smith
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  • Concord, NH
  • United States
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Bill Smith replied to Paul Raymer's discussion Stud cavity air returns
"I discourage it because it's too easy to punch holes in drywall to hang pictures, or what have you. It only takes a few poorly sized holes to introduce enough leakage to foul the intended return path. Not to mention the other problems that have…"
Aug 27, 2018
Bill Smith replied to Bill Smith's discussion Auditing equipment in the group Energy Auditing Equipment for Sale, Trade or to Purchase
"The duct blaster and combustible gas detector have been sold. Everything else is still available, let me know what you're interested in."
Jul 5, 2018
Bill Smith added a discussion to the group Energy Auditing Equipment for Sale, Trade or to Purchase
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Auditing equipment

I have several items for sale including a commercial blower door from TEC and a duct blaster. a few other items as well. See the attached list for full info. https://www.dropbox.com/s/gl8821mbt8go0nl/Building%20testing%20equipment%20for%20sale.pdf?dl=0Contact: wsmith@buildingdiagnosticsnh.comSee More
Jun 12, 2018

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Company
Building Diagnostics
Professional Certification
BPI building analyst, BPI envelope profesional
Professional Interests
Building science, IAQ, common sense
Website URL
http://www.buildingdiagnosticsnh.com
Twitter ID
@buildinggeek
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At 10:00am on March 21, 2011, John Poole said…
Thanks for joining the Historic Home group, Bill! And like your website, btw...
At 10:42pm on March 10, 2011, Stan Kuhn said…

Hi Bill,

 

I do like the TC pretty well, except for performance in snow.  The original tires don't give very good traction.  And, unfortunately, I learned after a short time having it, and picking up a screw on the road that the original tires don't have any road hazard warranty.  So, had to buy a tire.  One pleasant surprise was that the spare is a fullsize one the same as the others, so I put that on, and bought a used one for the spare.  I also need better organization.  I did put a shelving unit on one side, and I found a ladder rack for inside on the ceiling.  Best regards.

 
 
 

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