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by jimmy544  1 hour ago

As the son of a prominent large animal veterinarian one learned of the dangers of bacterial infection very early on. Some of them first hand. While Dad was in private practice there was usually someone in the family with a nasty staph infection. A couple of them were potentially life threatening and one nearly resulted in amputation. In those days antibiotics were all effective and they saved the day. This was way before Andromeda strain. One of Dad's stock rants was about misuse of antibiotics.

by Jeff4U  Yesterday

Let me get this straight .... are you saying your house is not independent of the grid, and that if there's a local power failure on say your block for example, you die along with your neighbors? Yes or no.

by Jeff4U  Yesterday

I'd bet money that you didn't look at this hyperlink-

by Jeff4U  Yesterday

ok, got the rest of your message.....

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by Jeff4U  Yesterday

Yeah Joe, you're right .. a different scenario for every shape and size. And for sure yes.... those power fans are annoying and the motors burn out every few years, not to mention the electricity they require. That's why I prefer the Lomanco turbine vent. Moves up to 400cfm, has a lifetime forever warranty, and is SILENT. And yes sir, this is the most environmentally friendly choice. Hey, your last message was cutoff at the end. See ya late, alligator!

by Jeff4U  Yesterday

Yes, your new roof would never blow off, at least up to gale force winds. It's nearly impossible to separate those shingles with a pry bar - however, the adhesive strips eventually dry up (and becomes brittle) at about 10-12 years of age. THAT is the primary reason why people lose their roofs in wind storms. SEE ya....

by Jeff4U  Yesterday

How long can your panels supply an air conditioned house if power failed for days? Love your setup Joe but I still wouldn't chop down my glorious trees. They naturally help lower energy use by providing shade plus the birds & oxygen is also nice touch. (makes a big mess in Autumn though)

by Jeff4U  Yesterday

Thanks Joe, for the "not over 40" line. Trying to close in on that page 2 stuff. You're not far from that either. As for the roofs, I installed roofs in Chicago long before moving to GA. (P.S. ice/snow is totally irrelevant to needing ridge vents - they still suck.. the cheap & easy way to say you ventilated a roof) GO SEE THAT link on Lomanco. Hey Joe, if your A/C unit went out, what would you do? You'd open windows & find it didn't help much so next you put a FAN in the window. Why? For the same reason you need roof vents that force air to circulate. Ha! Be good ....

by Jeff4U  Yesterday

and that was an invitation but no obligation of course... HANG a thermometer in your attic and check it occasionally. It's vastly higher than the "ambient temperature". (you can expect to see 125-180 around 3pm)

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