A New Use for Incense

February 2006
Harrowsmith Country Life (11908416);Feb2006, Vol. 30 Issue 186, p15
The article discusses the use of incense in detecting the spots in a home where air leaks occur. It states the impact of air leaks on the thermal performance of a home. The locations in the home that should be checked for air leaks are listed. It describes the advantages of using incense in detecting air leaks.


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