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View Resource Choosing The Right Contractor For The Job

The companies you choose when buying, selling, repairing or building a home are decisions which will affect your financial future. You will be relying on these professionals for advice in making...

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View Resource Buildings Are Getting Greener; But Are They Getting Better?

The energy crisis we are facing, public perception of global warming, media coverage and better awareness by building owners is fueling a ?Green Building? explosion. Everywhere one looks today, the...

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View Resource Building Comfort & Thermal Bridging. "Why a Bigger

"Why a Bigger HVAC System May Not Make You Comfortable"

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View Resource Solar Hot Water: A Primer

Hot water represents the second largest energy consumer in American households. A typical 80 gallon (300 l) electric hot water tank serving a family of four will consume approximately 150 million...

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View Resource Renovating Older Homes

Since 1992 I have performed 5000 residential home inspections as the owner of Closer Look Inspections. It is my estimate that approximately 65 - 70% of those 5000 homes were older than 25 years....

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