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Payfonman | Posted in Energy Efficiency and Durability on

My house was built in 1942. Ive had the attic blown’ 2 roof vents’ and the water heater turned down from 150 to 120.
Wrapping the water heater really helped. I found and repaired crawl duct wrap. Ive been told replacing the original single pane windows might be next or air sealing the crawl. PLEASE ADVISE ?
My situation is similar to the other Alàbama house cooler outside than in!! in the a.m. and nights!!

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  1. Tyler Keniston | | #1

    how much, and of what, was blown into the attic?
    Much solar gain?

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