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16567

Re: Digest Number 2894

I'm building a small sound-insulated shed interior footprint: 36"x45" to house some dust collection equipment. At the air flow rates for effective dust
Derek Stearns Roff
Mar 3
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16566

Re: insulating cinder block walls?

I am trying to imagine the mess from taking apart a mattress like this. You would need a lot of props -- at least one every other coil, and maybe one per coil.
Sherwood Botsford
Mar 2
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16565

Re: insulating cinder block walls?

Sounds like a job for Strawbale Lite. IIRC, Reuben is located somewhere on the West Coast, in a climate that's relatively mild and since the shed is not for
RT
Mar 2
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16564

Re: European Straw Bale Gathering

Frank You're not alone, I can't view it either Warm regards Mark Elliott End Tech LCGI MCIPHE RP Pure Plumbers www.pureplumbers.co.uk ... Frank You're not
Markinchiclana
Feb 27
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16563

Re: European Straw Bale Gathering

Hi Noe, There was no attachment – unless I’m just silly and can’t see it. How do I submit my abstract? Looking forward to August!!! Regards Frank Thomas
Strawtec
Feb 27
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16562

Re: European Straw Bale Gathering

The ESBG home page is at: ESBG 2015 Paris, France See also: https://www.facebook.com/strawbaleeurope ...   ...   A link on SB Europe's FB page leads to this
Chris Green
Feb 26
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16561

Re: European Straw Bale Gathering

Hello, Please find attach the call for abstract of the next ESBG in Paris in 2015. Looking forward to meet you there. Noé for the coordination of the ESBG
Noé Solsona
Feb 18
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16560

Re: Straw bale insurance.

If you have a good roof with adequate overhang - at least 2' - and a "good pair of boots" (foundation) and proper detailing around doors and windows moisture
Katy Blanchard
Feb 8
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16559

Re: Straw bale insurance.

One of the tests for fire resistance is to make a wall, and then fire up what amounts to a tiger torch on one side and see how long it takes to show signs of
Sherwood Botsford
Feb 8
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16558

Re: Straw bale insurance.

Thanks to everyone for further suggestions. These are some good leads to follow up on. We've just come across an insurance broker who is motivated enough to
Chris O'Brien
Feb 8
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16557

Re: Straw bale insurance.

If you have military service or a family member who served, USAA will most likely write coverage. We are in Arizona and were insured with Farm Bureau, they
bidbear1706
Feb 7
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16556

Re: Straw bale insurance.

... Sorry about that... my day job has been keeping me super busy lately, and there's been little activity on the SB Registry of late. I just emailed you
Bill Christensen
Feb 7
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16555

Re: Straw bale insurance.

We are 7 miles from the nearest firestation -- borderline. We are rural so there is no such thing as a hydrant. There is a 4 acrefoot pond in the back yard.
Sherwood Botsford
Jan 30
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16554

Re: Straw bale insurance.

Ask them if they would be more comfortable if you had a 'truth window'. Also if you had moisture sensors built into the walls Another possibility is to have
Sherwood Botsford
Jan 30
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16553

Re: Straw bale insurance.

Howdy Folks, Insuring straw bale homes as a homeowner and equally finding insurance as a straw bale builder is definitely more challenging, but can be done!
Dusty Szymanski
Jan 30
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