A review of writings past

Before the blog came the newsletter. I had a small email list that received a sporadic and erratic compilation of random information about energy and building science. I’m going to mine some of those for future blog posts, but in the meantime you can read them here: http://buildingdiagnosticsnh.com/newsletters.html .

Not all of them will be updated, but may be worth reading anyway. Today I’m highlighting a tough situation from years back. It illustrates why a planned ventilation strategy beats random air leakage every time. Read about the scary phone call here: http://buildingdiagnosticsnh.com/Files/December2010NewsletterPtII.pdf

I hope you’ll take some time to check out a few, and if you have any questions or comments leave them here.

If you need a personal consultation you can email me at wsmith@buildingdiagnosticsnh.com
or call or text me at 603-568-9404.

As always, thanks for reading.

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