Everybody,If you work or live in California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico (or in parts of other States that have similar climates and construction types) you might find this new book useful:Print-on-demand version:Measured Home Performance: Guide to Best Practices for Home Energy Retrofits in California (v.1.2) (The lengthy Amazon link will not fit in this post. Search for "Measured Home Performance" to locate the book on Amazon)No-cost PDF Version (YouSendIt link below)…See More
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I invested in a web-based power monitor precisely because I trusted Google to stick around for a while. The Google data display, while not perfect, is considerably more informative and far easier to scan through time…"
Historic and vintage homes are significant to our cultural heritage, yet often lack energy efficiency and comfort. Our mission is to identify key issues, solutions, and best practices when retrofitting much older homes.See More
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Larry Janesky, owner and founder of Dr. Energy Saver is once again On the Job insulating and finishing a basement in the northeast – and introducing a brand new insulation product: ThermalDry Insulated Floor Decking.
ThermalDry Floor Decking was…
Rebroadcast from On April 30, 2013 Sharon Miller and Robin Utz of the U.S. Department of Education conducted a one hour webinar for HVACR educators to provide them firsthand information from Washington.
* A blueprint to revise…