Letters: March/April 2014: March/April 2014
A Radiant Barrier in Winter? Thanks for the informative article (“Reflective-Insulation and Radiant-Barrier Systems,” HE Jan/Feb ’14, web only). I have a question. I live in Palm Springs and would like this ...
Wet-Spray Cellulose Quandary, Making Sense of Heat Ratios [continue reading]
Heat Pump Comparison Flawed?, Give Heat Pumps Their Day in the Sun, Zebra Moisture Mystery, Reflections on White Roofs, Insulating Floor Trusses, Ceilings and Roofs: Reprise, Pilot Lights Use More Energy [continue reading]
Flue Season, Structural Tyvek? Really, It Works!, High Voltage, Long Life, Low Efficiency. [continue reading]
"Accurate" Is an Eight-Letter Word, Who's Using All the Hot Water?, Fiberglass Ups Its R-Value, Only Soggy Ceilings Sag, Forgotten Films, Progress?, Ventilate Right: Then Build Tight, Built Tight: Now Ventilating Right [continue reading]
Average Rates Rate a Complaint, Call the COPs-HE Unfair to Heat Pumps!, Anode Quest and Questions [continue reading]
A new Scarborough Report has found that 56% of homeowners who invest money in home improvements spend over $1,000. The question is, ...
The International Window Film Association (IWFA) said California residents can save the equivalent of four million barrels of oil yearly, ...