- Product # 027029
- Type Softcover magazine
- Published Date 2011
Take advantage of new energy-saving advances. Now, more than ever, cutting energy consumption is vital, so to stay on top of what’s happening in this fast-developing field, learn the latest in Energy-Smart Homes.
Get all the best in one place plus all-new extras. Fourth in our popular series, this special issue brings you all the most recent energy-conservation articles from Fine Homebuilding magazine plus two all-new articles: “A Buyer’s Guide to Insulation” and “25 Ways to Make Your Home More Energy Smart.”
Plan for the long haul. The need to conserve isn’t likely to change, so the sooner you put workable strategies in place, the sooner you’ll lower costs and enjoy a more comfortable home. Whether you’re retrofitting, adding on, or building new, you’ll discover workable solutions for reducing energy consumption and building in a wide variety of efficiencies that will continue to pay dividends for years to come.
Ideas and products you can count on. Before making purchasing decisions, consult our experts who give you the inside story on European vs. domestic cold-weather windows, why or why not a heat pump is right for you, how to install a tankless water heater, when spray foam insulation is the best choice – and so much more.
Built-in innovations with big future returns. From a new space-saving house built on the original home’s footprint to a passive house that is green without the gizmos, you’ll find ideas you can use immediately and long-term solutions with far-reaching consequences. Energy-Smart Home is the catalyst that will get you thinking about energy use in bold new ways.
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- SPF Safety Review by scott
Great magazine with some really good info on building a tight house. I can't give you the 5th star here because of the safety nightmare on page 67. Out of the 1,000s of pictures you could have inserted showing a spray foam install, you happen to choose the one where the installer isn't wearing a single item of proper PPE and zero fall protection. Well done. As if the industry needed more heat from OSHA and EPA. Maybe you should write an article about SPF safety.
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