Friction Rate and Duct Design w/ Dr. Bailes

This episode is very exciting to me because we get to have Dr. Allison Bailes on the show to talk about friction rate and duct design. 

To find out more about everything Dr. Bailes has to say about building performance and duct design visit his site at 

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