Blow-in


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Blow-in

Method of introducing loose fiberglass, cellulose, or mineral wool to framing cavities or attic space, typically using a machine with an attached hose.
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Feldstein says that blow-ins for some reason, tend to do a bit better than bind-ins.
Tomred, aka Dermot Barrett is on guitar and vocals, John Barrett is the talented axeman, Pat Barrett is the bass player and blow-ins Terry Cullen and Joe Chester on drums and keyboards.
In the same vein, package insert programs and catalog/magazine blow-ins and bind-ins can help marketers find outdoor fans in particular niches at a smaller cost per thousand.
The Kitchen is situated in the Temple Bar area and so there were the obligatory blow-ins from both the continent and the States.
They have created a quality restaurant where the Bangor folk feel it's their private members club, and the blow-ins feel like Bangorians even if it's just for the night.
Though I did meet a few blow-ins who were there for the first visit, most of the people I bumped into were regular devotees of this most excellent venue.
Bind-ins and blow-ins can be inserted into magazines, catalogs and other periodicals based on demographics or region, thus a higher cost per thousand than the rate for the general circulation of the publication.
A LOCAL authority is bringing in new rules today to stop blow-ins coming in and buying up houses for holiday homes.
Additional options to consider when selecting alternative channels to solo mail are supermarket take-ones, ride-a-long programs, magazine or catalog blow-ins and space (ROP) advertising, a proven test approach.
Toting up the ads, we get nearly 23 pages of advertising (counting blow-ins as only one page each).
THE ban on blow-ins building houses in Co Clare has now spread to neighbouring Co Limerick.
And he added: "People don't like blow-ins like me having a say on what they do with the environment.