Kiley, Rob, and Patrick hear from listeners about homemade blower doors and a supposed urban exodus before taking listener questions about overdriven fasteners in Zip System sheathing, unknown attic insulation, and indoor-air quality.
Ryan tells the story of a homemade blower door. John offers his candidates for secret-weapon tools. Carroll talks about his experience living in a log home. Dr. Eric writes in saying the recent urban exodus caused by COVID-19 is a myth, but eye injuries from bungees are real. Eric wonders if overdriven fasteners in Zip System sheathing are a problem. Derek wants to know the best way to insulate his California attic, and David the architect asks if indoor-air quality is more important than airtightness. Jon suggests using PVC pipe for ventilation duct.
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