July/August 2014 Letters: July/August 2014
Do Thermostats Now Rule? Household feedback, monitoring, and control devices have always been problematic because of the behavior of users. Meier is correct about smart meters; utilities, state regulators, and privacy advocates have stymied the ...
Average Rates Rate a Complaint, Call the COPs-HE Unfair to Heat Pumps!, Anode Quest and Questions [continue reading]
Where Do Average Costs Come From?, Mildew on Composite-Board Siding, Canadians Blew It First, Opening Up to Fireplace Dampers [continue reading]
Knob and Tube Not a Fire Hazard, Less Confusing Appliance Labels?, Befuddled Over Use of Tyvek, Damperless Fireplaces [continue reading]
Seeking Comfort in Duct Repair, Stressed-Skin Panels Stretch Resources, Noisy Windows Irk Trailer Owner, Creating Quality in Two Languages [continue reading]
Green Fiberglass, "Superficial" Efficient Refrigerator Program, Crime, Glazing, and Creature Comforts, Lamp Ban Bums Violet-Grower, Education Needed [continue reading]
Homeowners are often aware of the different problems they experience in their homes: uncomfortable rooms, high utility bills, poor indoor ...
The Deputy Director-General of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) Katja Hall told the CBI Energy Conference on July 17th ...