Letters: July/August 2015
Revisiting “Revisiting Electrification” Last issue’s editorial, “Revisiting Electrification” (May/June ’15, p. 2), received quite a bit of feedback on Home Energy Pros. We love a good discussion, so we ...
Where’s the High-Density Foam? I was looking over your article in the Nov/Dec ’08 issue (“The Long Island Green Homes Program,” p. 6) and noticed that the description of the picture ... [continue reading]
Not Too Steamed Regarding the article “Naturally Circulating Hot Water Systems” (Sept/Oct ’08, p. 6), I think Mr. Greenberg’s response is fine as far as it went, but there’s ... [continue reading]
Who Will Build Them? You have a great magazine and a great blog on your Web site. You frame the question well in a recent editorial, “Who is Going to Build the Zero -Energy ... [continue reading]
Creating a Rain Garden I just read your article “Greening Water Use” (Sept/Oct ’07, p. 5) and have some questions about keeping water away from our house. Do you have any suggestions regarding ... [continue reading]
Solving the CFL Quandary Thanks for bringing up the quandary over recycling CFLs (“The Afterlife of CFLs,” Jan/Feb ’08, p. 2). The CFL is a potentially beneficial product, so much so that some ... [continue reading]
Space conditioning is the biggest piece of the residential energy pie, and thermal shell improvement is a homeowner's best opportunity ...
Energy supplies and efficiency in new home construction took an interesting turn when researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) ...