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View Resource Building America Best Practices Series: Volume 2. Builders and Buyers Handbook for Improving New Home Efficiency, Comfort, and Durability in the Hot-Dry and Mixed-Dry Climates

This best practices guide is part of a series produced by Building America. The guidebook is a resource to help builders large and small build high-quality, energy-efficient homes that achieve 30%...

http://www.nrel.gov/docs/fy05osti/38360.pdf
View Resource Building America Best Practices Series: Volume 4; Builders and Buyers Handbook for Improving New Home Efficiency, Comfort, and Durability in the Mixed-Humid Climate

This best practices guide is part of a series produced by Building America. The guide book is a resource to help builders large and small build high-quality, energy-efficient homes that achieve 30%...

http://www.nrel.gov/docs/fy05osti/38448.pdf
View Resource Building America Best Practices Series: Volume 5; Builders and Buyers Handbook for Improving New Home Efficiency, Comfort, and Durability in the Marine Climate

This best practices guide is part of a series produced by Building America. The guide book is a resource to help builders large and small build high-quality, energy-efficient homes that achieve 30%...

http://www.nrel.gov/docs/fy07osti/38449.pdf
View Resource Building America Performance Analysis Procedures for Existing Homes

Because there are more than 101 million residential households in the United States today, it is not surprising that existing residential buildings represent an extremely large source of potential...

http://www.nrel.gov/docs/fy06osti/38238.pdf
View Resource Building America Research is Leading the Way to Zero Energy Homes. Building Technologies Program (Brochure)

During times of peak demand, a near zero energy home generates more power than it sues and reduces power demand on the utility provider. In a Florida study, a prototype near zero energy home...

http://www.nrel.gov/docs/fy05osti/37547.pdf
View Resource Building Comfort & Thermal Bridging. "Why a Bigger

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

http://www.closerlookinspection.com/Building%20Comfort%20and...
View Resource Building Moisture; Causes & Cures

Consumers spend considerable amounts of money in search of dryer, more comfortable homes, and rightfully so. Building moisture ranks near the top of the list of most common problems discovered...

http://www.closerlookinspection.com/Causes%20and%20Cures.pdf
View Resource BuildingGreen.com Homepage

Subscription information for publications related to green building, including Environmental Building News - a monthly newsletter that is independently published and advertising-free; The GreenSpec...

http://www.BuildingGreen.com
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...

http://www.closerlookinspection.com/Buildings%20Are%20Gettin...
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...

http://www.closerlookinspection.com/Choosing%20The%20Right%2...
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