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]
Today’s housing market is incredibly competitive. Constructing homes that sell and that continue to delight homeowners for years ...
When most people think about ways to save energy in their home, their minds first go to insulation. It makes ...